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[DSECRG-09-032] Oracle Application Server - Linked XSS vulnerability

Digital Security Research Group [DSecRG] Advisory    #DSECRG-09-032

Application:                    Oracle BPEL Console  version   
Versions Affected:              Oracle BPEL Console  version   
Vendor URL:                     http://www.oracle.com
Bugs:                           XSS
Exploits:                       YES
Reported:                       18.03.2009
Vendor response:                19.03.2009
Date of Public Advisory:        20.10.2010   
CVE:                            CVE-2010-3581   
Description:                    XSS IN BPELCONSOLE/DEFAULT/processLog.jsp 
Author:                         Alexandr Polyakov
                                Digital Security Reasearch Group [DSecRG] (research [at] dsecrg [dot] com)


Linked XSS vulnerability found in  BPEL module of Oracle Application Server   



Fix Information

Information was published in CPU October 2010.
All customers can download CPU patches following instructions from: 



Oracle gives thanks to Alexander Polyakov from Digital Security Company in CPU October 2010.


Current advisory:



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