Oracle releases 248 security patches to fix vulnerabilities across different products.
33 of the security patches address critical vulnerabilities that are marked above 9 on the severity scale.
A total of 189 vulnerabilities could be remotely exploited without authentication. “Oracle continues to periodically receive reports of attempts to maliciously exploit vulnerabilities for which Oracle has already released fixes. In some instances, it has been reported that attackers have been successful because targeted customers had failed to apply available Oracle patches. Oracle therefore strongly recommends that customers remain on actively-supported versions and apply Critical Patch Update fixes without delay” said the firm in its security advisory.
1. The newly released critical patch update addresses flaws in products such as Database Server, Communications Applications, E-Business Suite, Financial Services Applications, Fusion Middleware, Java SE, MySQL, PeopleSoft Products, Retail Applications, and Sun Systems Products Suite, among others.
2. MySQL and Virtualization received 30 patches each.
Oracle recommends users to go through the security updates and apply the patches immediately. Delay in patching could result in unwanted consequences, with attackers taking control over systems.
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I missed you that day.
I wrote it in my diary, read it a million times.
Then I did put it back in my drawer.
Something woke me up at midnight, a bad dream I guess. I was afraid, sweating like anything and breathing as heavy as if I have danced my heart out.
It was freezing cold outside and I still managed to get out of my blanket (which is so unlikely to happen.)
I drew the drawer out, hurting my knee in the darkness but ignoring it while pulling the diary out.
I did read what I wrote for a few times again, turning the pages back and forth shivering and meanwhile getting a huge amount of papercuts.
I tore the pages, threw them in trash and went back to sleep.
Next day I woke to a beautiful morning reminding myself not to think about you but darling, those papercuts did hurt a lot.