Exploit for one of the dozens of critical vulnerabilities patched through Java 7 Update 21 by Oracle last week has already started appearing in the wild and has reportedly found its way into different exploit kits.
Oracle has announced today that it is set to release a total of 128 fixes that address security vulnerabilities in ‘hundreds’ of its products.
Oracle has unveiled new midrange and high-end servers powered by new SPARC processors which according to the company are the fastest in the world.
Hewlett Packard may claim $4 Billion in damages from Oracle in the ongoing Itanium dispute it has been revealed.
Oracle has blamed the fast growing sales force of the company for the dropdown in the third quarter revenue figures which made the company’s shares fall to an 8 per cent low on Wednesday.
Oracle has upgraded its Database Appliance X3-2 adding in over four times the storage as compared to its predecessor.
Oracle released its latest Java update on February 19 fixing quite a few bugs and vulnerabilities reported earlier, but right after the release security firm Security Explorations claimed that there were two security issues with the update and they were specific to the Java SE 7.
Oracle is going to release JavaFX ports for Android and iOS soon as a part of its efforts to open source the framework.
Oracle has released Oracle Linux version 5.9 that ships with its Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel 2.
Oracle has announced the availability of the first developer preview of Java SE 8 for ARM based devices such as the Raspberry Pi and has made it available for download.