[NEWS] Cross-Site-Scripting Vulnerabilitiy in Oracle APEX NOTIFICATION_MSG
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Cross-Site-Scripting Vulnerabilitiy in Oracle APEX NOTIFICATION_MSG
The parameter NOTIFCATION_MSG parameter contains a cross site scripting
* Oracle APEX/HTMLDB versions prior to 2.2.1
This bug is fixed with the patch 2.2.1 of APEX which is not part of the
Critical Patch Update October 2006. It's necessary to upgrade your
APEX/HTMLDB installation to 2.2.1. Patches are currently not available for
Oracle Application Express.
03-oct-2005 Oracle secalert was informed
04-oct-2005 Bug confirmed
17-oct-2006 Oracle published CPU October 2006
18-oct-2006 Red-Database-Security published this advisory
23-oct-2006 CVE added
The information has been provided by
<mailto:ak@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> Alexander Kornbrust.
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