Oracle released 297 security fixes as part of its April Critical Patch Update (CPU).
Fifty-three of the fixes patch critical vulnerabilities — with a CVSS score of above 9 — including 49 with a CVSS score of 9.8, Oracle’s advisory said.
Products suffering from the vulnerabilities include Database Server, Communications Applications, E-Business Suite, Financial Services Applications, Fusion Middleware, Hospitality Applications, Java SE, MySQL, PeopleSoft Products, Retail Applications, and Virtualization, among others.
Fusion Middleware suffered the most hits, with 53 fixes time around, 42 of which may be remotely exploitable without authentication. Fourteen of these address critical vulnerabilities.
The second most impacted product this month was MySQL, with 45 patches, including four resolving issues that may be remotely exploitable without authentication. The most severe of the vulnerabilities has a CVSS score of 7.5.
Next was E-Business Suite, with 35 fixes, 33 of which address vulnerabilities that may be remotely exploitable without authentication. Twenty-seven of these feature a “high” severity rating.
Communications Applications received patches for 26 bugs, 19 of which may be remotely exploited without authentication. Nine of the vulnerabilities are considered “critical risk.”
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