For Oracle, it’s deja vu all over again.
Even though Oracle patched critical Java vulnerabilities on Monday, the U.S. Computer Emergency Readiness Team (US-CERT) is still urging users to disable Java browser plug-ins.
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Post-patch, US-CERT continues call to disable Java plug-in
Users and Oracle both need to do their part against a malware industrial complex that can quickly attack any security hole
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Java security comes down to ‘war of attrition’
Oracle on Sunday issued an emergency Java update to patch two critical vulnerabilities, including one that had been exploited in ongoing and accelerating attacks.
If the most recent security flaw in Java is a sign of anything, it’s that the time has come for Oracle to rewrite the programming language.
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It’s time to rewrite Java from scratch, security expert says
With cybercriminals exploiting the vulnerability, one experts says there is no choice to disable Java until Oracle patches it
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Java zero-day prompts calls again to disable
SAP’s flagship Business Suite ERP (enterprise resource planning) software is now able to run on top of the vendor’s HANA in-memory database, in a move that stands to open new frontiers of competition with the likes of Oracle, IBM and Microsoft.
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SAP ports its Business Suite software to the HANA in-memory database
A Chinese man accused of cracking and selling software stolen from Microsoft, Oracle, and Agilent Technologies pleads to guilty copyright violations and wire fraud in U.S. federal court. [Read more]
An official document containing policies and pledges for customers of Oracle’s cloud services reveals that many aspects fall in line with industry standards, while others may prompt cause for worry among customers, according to analysts.
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Official document reveals the rules of Oracle’s cloud
Some of SAP’s software products are now certified for use with Oracle’s Database Appliance, which is essentially a streamlined version of its Exadata machine aimed at small and medium-size businesses.
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Oracle’s Database Appliance certified for SAP software