At least 17 of the vulnerabilities addressed by the update are remotely exploitable without authentication, thus making them higher risks for exploitation, according to a pre-release announcement.
Several of the bugs received a severity rating of 10, the highest designations under Oracle's vulnerability scoring system. Those flaws are present in the Server Backup and WebLogic Server plugin for Apache, Sun and IIS web servers.
None of the flaws impacting the database garnered a rating above 5.5, and none were remotely exploitable without authentication.
Slavik Markovich, CTO of database security firm Sentrigo, said that may not matter, as the insider threat is growing and privileged users can pose great risk to a company.
"Install the patches as soon as possible," he told SCMagazineUS.com on Friday.
The update also provides fixes in the Times Ten data server, Application Server, Collaboration Suite, E-Business Suite, Enterprise Manager, PeopleSoft Enterprise and JD Edwards EnterpriseOne.
The drop by Oracle will come on the same day as Microsoft delivers just one patch for a "critical" vulnerability in Windows.