Thursday, August 7, 2008

WebLogic Server Apps - SECURITY ALERT

Oracle released a revision of the July 28 Security Alert for CVE-2008-3257 on August 4, 2008. This advisory addresses an exploit that has become publicly available which may impact the availability, confidentiality or integrity of WebLogic Server applications which use the Apache web server configured with the WebLogic plug-in for Apache. We strongly suggest that you read the advisories posted here.
An email communication was sent to all customers announcing the Security Alert on August 4.
Information for downloading the patches was made available at

Security Alert for this issue is also posted at “Oracle Critical Patch Updates and Security Alerts” page (under the “Security Alerts” section). Please note that Security Advisories Notifications page for BEA products is moved here

If you have any questions or have a need to verify the authenticity of this message, please contact your local Oracle Customer Support Center for BEA products or mail to:

Additional CPU Program information is available here.
Security Alerts and Critical Patch Updates -- Frequently Asked Questions.

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