Oracle broke with tradition with the publication of an unscheduled security update last weekend. The fix – which addresses a DoS vulnerability in its Apache web server software – represents only the fifth time that Oracle has published a security fix outside the quarterly patch update batch it began at the start of 2005, net …
It's a good old simple DoS not DDoS
OMG AKA WTF!
Get you TLA's and FLA's in order!!!!!!!!!
In journo-talk, you simply add another 'D' if its really really bad.
DoS == Bad vulnerability
DDoS == Double bad vulnerability
shouldn't that have said 'forwarded' or 'relayed'
I belive Apache et al did all of the rushing.
Are they charging for this too?
Are the oracle-scum charging for this as usual, got to buy a MOS account and pay the fine for this criminal negligence?
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