Oracle to issue 52 security patches

Oracle has given customers advance warning of 52 security patches to be issued next Tuesday (16 January) as part of its quarterly security fix schedule.

Oracle has given customers advance warning of 52 security patches to be issued next Tuesday           (16 January) as part of its quarterly security fix schedule.

It is the first time Oracle has issued such a warning and it follows the system used by Microsoft for its monthly scheduled patching cycle.

The Oracle Critical Patch Update for January is a collection of patches for multiple vulnerabilities. It also includes non-security fixes that are required because of interdependencies with the security patches.

The 52 new security fixes cover all Oracle products. Some of the vulnerabilities addressed in the update affect multiple products.

There are 27 security fixes for Oracle Database products, 10 of which may be remotely exploitable without username and password authentication.

Of the 12 security fixes for Oracle Application Server, eight may be remotely exploitable without authentication.

There are also seven security fixes for the Oracle E-Business Suite, six for Oracle Enterprise Manager, and three for Oracle PeopleSoft Enterprise.

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