Yes, Oracle just bought the DNS provider company that brought down the Internet last month.
Business software vendor Oracle announced on Monday that it is buying cloud-based Internet performance and Domain Name System (DNS) provider Dyn.
Dyn is the same company that was hit by a massive distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack by the Mirai botnet last month which knocked the entire
A Russian cyber-crime group seems to have hacked their way into the computer systems at Oracle.
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The risks associated with data breaches continue to grow, impacting a variety of industries, tech firms, and social networking platforms. In the past few months, over 1 Billion credentials were dumped online as a result of mega breaches in popular social networks.
Now, Oracle is the latest in the list.
Oracle has confirmed that its MICROS division – which is one of the world’s top three
Oracle warns its MICROS point-of-sale system customers to change account passwords after malware was discovered on a support site that was infecting users.
Oracle fixed a record 276 vulnerabilities – more than half of which are remotely exploitable – as part of its July Critical Patch Update on Tuesday afternoon.
Google has finally won six-year long $9-billion legal battle with Oracle over the use of Java APIs in Android.
Oracle filed its lawsuit against Google in 2010, claiming that the company illegally used 11,500 lines of Java code in its Android operating system, violating copyrights owned by Oracle.
However, a federal jury of ten people concluded Thursday that Google’s use of Java constituted “
Current versions of IBM SDK 7 and SDK 8 remain vulnerable to a 2013 Java vulnerability. Security Explorations discovered the original patch is broken and disclosed details on the flaw and a proof-of-concept exploit.
Oracle yesterday released an emergency patch for a Java vulnerability that was improperly patched in 2013.
A patch for a critical 2013 Java vulnerability is incomplete, and exposes Java servers and clients to a sandbox bypass, researchers at Security Explorations of Poland said.
The US-based software maker Oracle delivered an unusual out-of-box emergency patch for Java in an effort to fix a during-installation flaw on the Windows platforms.
The successful exploitation of the critical vulnerability, assigned CVE-2016-0603, could allow an attacker to trick an unsuspecting user into visiting a malicious website and downloading files to the victim’s system before