Oracle Warns of Security Flaw in WebLogic Software
A recently detected vulnerability in the Oracle WebLogic server allows malicious users to break into the server without entering a user ID or password. Oracle has, however, posted the software's configuration details to mitigate the attack exploiting this loophole. The company has also promised a security patch to resolve the problem.
Nevertheless, malicious code abusing can affect the availability, integrity or confidentiality of WebLogic Server programs that use the Apache Web server adjusted to the WebLogic plug-in for Apache, says an Oracle advisory.
Besides, an exploit code could be utilized to cause a denial of service attack on a system, or even to gain unauthorized entry into its computer. Versions 10.3 and older ones of Oracle WebLogic Server, formerly called BEA We...
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