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has released a pair of "FixPaks" to plug
security holes in its DB2 Universal Database product after researchers
discovered multiple code execution vulnerabilities.
Affected products include the DB2 Universal Database versions 7.x and 8.x.
IBM's DB2 is a family of relational database products that provides
an open database environment that runs on a range of computing
platforms. A DB2
According to an NGS advisory, the vulnerabilities are "critical/high risk." However, the company is withholding details of the vulnerabilities until Dec. 1 to allow DB2 database administrators to test and apply the FixPaks.