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Forum Thread: Oracle Java SE Multiple Vulnerabilities

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Oracle Java SE Multiple Vulnerabilities

Secunia Oracle Java SE Multiple Vulnerabilities
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Multiple vulnerabilities have been reported in Oracle Java SE, which can be exploited by malicious people to disclose potentially sensitive information, manipulate certain data, cause a DoS (Denial of Service), and compromise a vulnerable system.

1) An error in the 2D component may allow execution of arbitrary code in a client and server deployment via e.g untrusted applets or data sent to APIs through a web service.

2) Another error in the 2D component may allow execution of arbitrary code in a client and server deployment via e.g untrusted applets or data sent to APIs through a web service.

3) Another error in the 2D component may allow execution of arbitrary code in a client and server deployment via e.g untrusted applets or data sent to APIs through a web service.

4) An error in the Deployment component may allow execution of arbitrary code in a client deployment via e.g untrusted Web Start applications or untrusted applets.

5) An error in the JavaFX component may allow execution of arbitrary code in a client deployment.

6) An error in the Install component may allow execution of arbitrary code in a client deployment via the update mechanism.

This may be related to:
SA47134

7) An error in the Concurrency component can be exploited to disclose and manipulate certain data and to cause a DoS in a client deployment via e.g. untrusted Web Start applications or untrusted applets.

8) An error in the I18n component can be exploited to disclose and manipulate certain data and to cause a DoS in a client deployment via e.g. untrusted Web Start applications or untrusted applets.

9) An error in the Serialization component can be exploited to disclose and manipulate certain data and to cause a DoS in a client deployment via e.g. untrusted Web Start applications or untrusted applets.

10) An error in the AWT component can be exploited to disclose certain data and cause a DoS in a client deployment via e.g. untrusted Web Start applications or untrusted applets.

11) An error in the Sound component can be exploited to disclose certain data and cause a DoS in a client deployment via e.g. untrusted Web Start applications or untrusted applets.

12) An error in the Lightweight HTTP Server can be exploited to cause a DoS.

For more information:
SA47819

13) An error in the Java Runtime Environment component can be exploited to cause a DoS in a client and server deployment via e.g untrusted applets or data sent to APIs through a web service.

14) An error in the CORBA component can be exploited to manipulate certain data in a client deployment via e.g. untrusted Web Start applications or untrusted applets.

loungehaddock RE: Oracle Java SE Multiple Vulnerabilities
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Last edited on 16th Feb, 2012 11:02
JRE 6.31 crashes the Opera web browser 11.61 in Windows.

There seems to be no way of letting oracle.com know about this so impenetrable is its defences.
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ddmarshall RE: Oracle Java SE Multiple Vulnerabilities
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It's probably easier to tell Opera
http://www.opera.com/support/

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taffy078 RE: Oracle Java SE Multiple Vulnerabilities
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Hi lounge haddock - we're not supposed to post here. Please take a peek at

http://secunia.com/community/forum/thread/show/121...

I hope that resolves your problem.

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