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Flaw Found In Oracle9i

A security flaw in the Oracle9i Release 2 database could be exploited by "a knowledgeable and malicious user" to launch a denial-of-service attack or capture an active user session of the database server, Oracle said in a security alert last week. Oracle discovered a set of potential buffer overflows in the XML database functionality of the Oracle9i release 2 database, according to a bulletin on the Oracle Technology Network Web site. Earlier versions are unaffected. The alert and security patches are available at Oracle's web site.

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