for the Aaliyah reference ------>
A vulnerability first detected and "resolved" years ago in Oracle's Unix OS, Solaris, has resurfaced, necessitating a fix in Big Red's latest quarterly patch batch. Rather than a Lazarus-like return from the dead, it's more a case of security researchers discovering that the original fix, for a component that's become known as …
Oracle still exists?
Didn't they close down the shop in 1992?
Here's a source for that:
First airdate from 1978
Closed 31 December 1992
Re: Oracle still exists?
I endured that on several occasions when I got up too early.
No IT jobs, as I recall.
damn good thing we don't have ............
eeeeeeeeeeeewwww. Patching *those* is gonna suck.
A case of "not many eyes" perhaps?
Please allow me to be the first to....
...bring the mock howls of rage:
It's 2018 and your Solaris box can still be owned by an 11 year old using an 11 year old bug!!!
As you were chaps n chapesses.
Oh right I forgot Oracle, I suppose that explains it all really
Raise your hand...
If anyone is shocked Oracle had this problem.
...take the walk of shame if you're still using Oracle products. This includes the whacky Symantec products (Like DLP) which build it into the application.