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C, 65

Symantec's DeepSight Threat Management Service reported that attackers could exploit some of the vulnerabilities listed in July's CPU to completely compromise a vulnerable server; and others to partially affect the availability, confidentiality or integrity of the computer. The pile of vulnerabilities was larger than the 36 flaws addressed in Oracle's CPU in April of 2006, but fewer than the 82 flaws fixed in January.

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