34 of the vulnerabilities found are classified as “critical”

Oracle announced that it has updated this month’s Critical Patch Update (CPU), which addresses 372 vulnerabilities across multiple products, Cybersecurity news reported. The update fixes critical flaws that could allow remote code execution and unauthorized access to systems.

“Security is a top priority for Oracle, and we take great care to identify and resolve vulnerabilities in a timely manner. This latest CPU demonstrates our ongoing efforts to ensure our customers can confidently rely on our products to protect their most sensitive data and mission-critical systems”, said Ravi Kumar, Oracle’s Chief Security Officer.

The Critical Patch Update provides fixes for security flaws in widely used Oracle products, including Database Server, Fusion Middleware, Enterprise Manager, E-Business Suite, Supply Chain Products Suite, Siebel CRM, Oracle Sun Products, Java SE and more. It also includes fixes to several critical security flaws.

The vulnerabilities covered span a range of severity levels, with 34 of them classified as “critical,” meaning that malicious actors could exploit them to gain unauthorized access, execute arbitrary code, or disrupt system operation.

The update also resolves 159 vulnerabilities rated as “important” that can be exploited remotely to access sensitive data. The remaining issues are rated as moderate or low risk.

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