back to article Half of Oracle E-Business customers open to months-old bank fraud flaw

Thousands of Oracle E-Business Suite customers are vulnerable a security bug that can be exploited for bank fraud. Security company Onapsis estimates that roughly half of all companies using the Oracle EBS software have not yet patched CVE-2019-2648 and CVE-2019-2633, despite Big Red having pushed out fixes for both bugs back …

  1. Pascal Monett Silver badge
    Devil

    There's good news though

    As this is a financial risk, there's a good chance that patches will be applied.

    Because, as we all know, if personally identifiable information was at risk, nothing would happen until a break-in and GDPR got in on the act.

    But remember : the security of your information is their number one concern !

    1. katrinab Silver badge
      Alert

      Re: There's good news though

      But applying patches also comes with a risk that they will break everything.

  2. Alistair Silver badge
    Windows

    Header photo issues

    I'm somewhat concerned about the pipe smoking, VR monocle wearing Aston Kutcher lookalike. I suspect he's faking IT.

  3. DCFusor Silver badge
    Trollface

    Barn door

    I've been led to believe that if you're a customer of Oracle, you're already a victim of fraud.

    1. Yet Another Anonymous coward Silver badge

      Re: Barn door

      But with the Oracle pricing model the customer shouldn't have had any money left to lose

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