Blog Posts Tagged with "MySQL"
June 21, 2012 Added by:Headlines
Of the two latest Microsoft IE vulnerabilities, the first seems the most interesting. Rumored to be “State-Sponsored”, the vulnerability focuses on Gmail, MS Office and Internet Explorer. And as yet is still an active Zero Day exploit. Security software company Rapid 7 explains the vulnerability as follows...
April 23, 2012 Added by:Alexander Rothacker
It’s mid-April, so it’s Oracle CPU fallout time again. This CPU contains 88 fixes. Thirty-three in this CPU are for vulnerabilities that are remotely exploitable without authentication. In other words, anybody on the network can exploit these vulnerabilities...
April 18, 2012 Added by:Headlines
Oracle has released its Critical Patch Update for April 2012 to address 88 vulnerabilities across multiple products. US-CERT encourages users and administrators to review the April 2012 Critical Patch Update and apply any necessary updates to help mitigate the risks...
January 20, 2012 Added by:Kevin McAleavey
January 18, 2012 Added by:Alexander Rothacker
This time ere are only TWO fixes. This is the lowest number ever since the CPU program has started in 2005. Oracle, what happened? Did you throw in the towel on DBMS fixes? I know it’s not because the Database is finally fixed for good and is now suddenly secure...
August 25, 2011 Added by:David Martinez
I spy serious SQL issues… I had the hashes for the admins table, info from the customers table, as well as the full output of the transactions and users tables, which included MD5 hashes of CC numbers. The hashes were all 64-bits from a MySQL db, which means they were probably SHA256...
August 15, 2011 Added by:David Martinez
In the end, I had the hashes for the admins table, full customer info from the customers table, as well as the full output of the transactions and users tables, which included MD5 hashes of CC numbers. The hashes were all 64-bits from a MySQL db, which means they were probably SHA256...
March 28, 2011 Added by:Rafal Los
Allow me to point out a little bit of irony in this headline... a website for one of the more popular open-source database alternatives gets completely compromised using blind SQL Injection. Ouch. Someone going by the moniker "Jack Haxor" posted this to the Full Disclosure mailing list...
March 09, 2011 Added by:Bill Gerneglia
Despite a series of snubs toward the Java community, Oracle continues to engage and just recently offered up a new Java Specification Request (JSR) 342, intended to convert Java Enterprise Edition (Java EE) 7 into a building block of cloud services...
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