SQL Injection in package SYS.DBMS_CDC_IMPDP
The package SYS.DBMS_CDC_IMPDP contains SQL injection vulnerabilities in the procedures IMPORT_CHANGE_SET, IMPORT_CHANGE_TABLE, IMPORT_CHANGE_COLUMN, IMPORT_SUBSCRIBER, IMPORT_SUBSCRIBED_TABLE, IMPORT_SUBSCRIBED_COLUMN, VALIDATE_IMPORT, VALIDATE_CHANGE_SET, VALIDATE_CHANGE_TABLE, VALIDATE_SUBSCRIPTION. Oracle fixed these vulnerabilities with the package DBMS_CDC_UTILITY. To exploit this vulnerability it is necessary to have the privilege to create a PL/SQL-function.
Apply the patches for Oracle CPU July 2006 on top of Oracle 10g Release 1.
01-nov-2005 Oracle secalert was informed
02-nov-2005 Oracle secalert asked for an exploit
18-jul-2006 Oracle published CPU July 2006 [DB01]
18-jul-2006 Advisory published
19-jul-2006 Oracle fixed the Bugs fixed with DBMS_CDC_UTILITY instead of DBMS_ASSERT
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