Oracle to push 109 patches on Tuesday

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As part of its regularly scheduled quarterly update, Oracle will release 109 patches on Tuesday to address vulnerabilities in several of its products. The company strongly advised users to apply the update to affected products, as they are susceptible to being remotely exploited by an attacker. The update will include fixes for Oracle's database server, Fusion Middleware, E-business Suite, Supply Chain Products Suite, PeopleSoft Products, Siebel CRM, Industry Applications, Financial Services Software, Sun Products Suite, Virtualization and MySQL. The products with the most critical vulnerabilities were Core RDBMS and Oracle JRockit. The update comes over a month after two zero-day exploits in Java were added to BlackHole, subsequently patched by Oracle.

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