On January 14, 2020, Oracle officially announced critical patch update (CPU) security announcement and third-party security announcement, and fixed 334 vulnerabilities. See the appendix table for the affected conditions and available patches of each product.
For complete information, please refer to the official notice:
|Product||Number of vulnerabilities||Unauthorized remote use||Highest CVSS score|
|Oracle Database server||12||3||7.7|
|Oracle Communications Applications||25||23||9.8|
|Oracle Construction and Engineering Suite||12||8||9.8|
|Oracle E-Business Suite||23||21||9.9|
|Oracle Enterprise Manager||50||10||9.8|
|Oracle Financial Services Applications||24||6||7.5|
|Oracle Food and Beverage Applications||1||0||4.9|
|Oracle Fusion Middleware||38||30||9.8|
|Oracle Health Sciences Applications||3||3||9.8|
|Oracle Hospitality Applications||5||2||7.5|
|Oracle Java SE||12||12||8.1|
|Oracle JD Edwards||9||9||9.8|
|Oracle Retail Applications||22||14||9.8|
|Oracle Siebel CRM||5||5||9.8|
|Oracle Supply Chain||8||8||9.6|
|Oracle Utilities Applications||4||4||9.8|
Affected products and versions
Please refer to the appendix at the end of the article for the affected products and versions.
Critical patch update (CPU)
Critical patch update (CPU) is a collection of patches for multiple security vulnerabilities. Critical patch updates are usually cumulative, but each time only security fixes that have been added since the last critical patch update consultation are described. Therefore, important update recommendations for previously released security patches should be reviewed for information on security fixes for earlier releases.
Given the threat of a successful attack, Oracle strongly recommends that customers download and install critical patch updates as soon as possible.
Affected products (including versions) and related patches are shown in the table below:
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