Thursday, January 28, 2021 - 2:00 pm to 3:00 pm EST
Two Oracle E-Business Suite security vulnerabilities (CVE-2019-2638, CVE-2019-2633) fixed in April 2019 Oracle Critical Patch Update (CPU) have been recently publicized. These vulnerabilities allow an attacker to execute arbitrary SQL statements in the Oracle E-Business Suite data that can result in complete compromise of the environment including fraudulent transactions, changing of bank accounts, and circumvention of application security controls.
Integrigy at COLLABORATE 19 - Oracle E-Business Suite Security, Database Security, PeopleSoft Security
Heading to COLLABORATE 19? For the 12th consecutive year, Integrigy will be presenting on Oracle E-Business security, Oracle Database security, and PeopleSoft security. If you will be attending, be sure to schedule in one or more of our presentations.
Oracle E-Business Suite Security
Top 10 Oracle E-Business Suite Security Risks Tuesday April 9 - 10:30 AM-11:30 AM - GH 4th FL Republic C
As with almost all previous Oracle E-Business Suite Critical Patch Updates (CPU), the July 2018 quarterly patch is significant and high-risk for PeopleSoft applications. Despite the publicity, marketing, or naming of specific vulnerabilities, this quarter is no different than previous quarters in terms of risk and prioritization within your organization.
For this quarter, there are 15 security vulnerabilities patches in PeopleSoft applications and PeopleTools --
Oracle has released an out-of-cycle security advisory (CVE-2017-10151) for a vulnerability affecting Oracle Identity Manager. This vulnerability has a CVSS 3.0 base score of 10 out of 10. Oracle Identity Manager is the identity governance component within the Oracle Identity Management solution. All supported versions of Identity Manager are impacted from 220.127.116.11 to 18.104.22.168.0. Most likely 22.214.171.124 through 126.96.36.199 are also vulnerable. Previous Identity Manager
Integrigy will be presenting again this year on database security at Oracle Open World 2017 (San Francisco, October 1-5). If you will be attending Open World, please join us for this informative session on database security.
The Thrifty DBA Does Database Security
Sunday, Oct 01, 10:45 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. | Moscone South - Room 159
Stephen Kost, Founder and CTO, Integrigy Corporation
Last week I posted a blog introducing SCAP and OVAL. Here is a quick follow-up with a link to a sql57_test example using the Oracle E-Business Suite - it will suffice for any Oracle database.
Last week’s unprecedented ransomware cyber attacks (http://preview.tinyurl.com/lhjfjgk) caught me working through some research on security automation. The cyber attacks evidently were attributed to an unpatched Windows XP vulnerability. When challenged with securing 1,000s of assets such as all the Windows desktops and Linux servers in an organization, automation quickly becomes a requirement.
The most recent version of the Oracle E-Business Suite, Release 12.2, introduces on-line patching to reduce downtime requirements. This new technical functionality is based on Edition-based redefinition provided by the Oracle 11gR2 database. For the E-Business Suite to make use of Editioning, Oracle has added a new schema to the ‘APPS’ family – the APPS_NE schema.
The APPS_NE schema is the owner of those objects previously owned by APPS that cannot be Editioned or in other words; the APPS_NEW is the APPS schema for the non-editioned database objects.
This is the eleventh and final posting in a blog series summarizing the new Oracle E-Business Suite 12.2 Mobile and web services functionality and recommendations for securing them.
The evolution of the Oracle E-Business Suite since its inception in the late 1980s has gone through many significant changes. For example, I can personally remember in the late 1990s upgrading clients to release 10.5 of the E-Business Suite with the big change being the introduction of the APPS schema.