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Oracle Cloud Excellence Implementer Program Recognizes Certus Solutions for Consistently Delivering Successful Oracle Cloud Implementations Certus Solutions, a Platinum level member of Oracle PartnerNetwork (OPN), today announced it has joined the Orac...
The Eclipse Foundation, the new keeper of enterprise Java, has moved forward with nine project proposals for Eclipse Enterprise for Java (EE4J), which the organization describes as the first step toward the migration of Java EE (Enterprise Edition) ...
War over Java spills into mobile privacy world Analysis  Having evidently forgotten about that Street View Wi-Fi-harvesting debacle, Google has admitted constantly collecting the whereabouts of Android devices regardless of whether or not they have loc...
New Peoplesoft JoltAndBleed vulnerabilities could potentially enable an attacker to leak information and gain control of an unpatched system.
Oracle pushed out an emergency update for vulnerabilities dubbed 'JoltandBleed' affecting five of its products that rely on its proprietary Jolt protocol.
Nothing like unauth'd hijacking, Heartbleed-style bugs to patch ASAP Oracle has published an out-of-band software update to address a handful of security flaws in parts of the PeopleSoft HR software.…
"JoltandBleed" memory leak gives attackers full access to business applications.
Two of the vulnerabilities have achieved a rating of 10 and 9.9 in severity.
MariaDB will become a better database on Windows and an Azure managed service.
The P1735 IEEE standard describes methods for encrypting electronic-design intellectual property(IP),as well as the management of access rights for such IP.

The methods are flawed and,in the most egregious cases,enable attack vectors that allow recovery of the entire underlying plaintext IP.
Implementations of IEEE P1735 may be weak to cryptographic attacks that allow an attacker to obtain plaintext intellectual property without the key,among other impacts.
The vulnerability, as bad as it gets, allows attackers to remotely take over enterprise systems without authentication.