According to the SANS diary a popular database vendor announced 65 security vulnerabilites yesterday. That seems a great deal for a product that was billed as being "unbreakable".
Let's be clear - all software (of any size) has vulnerabilities - accepting this and being as transparent as possible about remediation steps is important IMHO.
It's very frustrating that in this case it's necessary to possess sign-in credentials to be able to find out any meaningful details of the vulnerabilites in question.
Apparently a support contact (identifier) of some kind is required to be able to even view any kind of information pertaining to the security exposure.
There are some further details available @ the excellent third party vulnerability tracking site Secunia
To browse the technical details of the security vulnerabilites reported for Microsoft products look here
Agreed in spades... The choice to advertise it as "unbreakable" was like waving a red rag at a bull. It would be entertaining to graph the release of exploits before and after the "unbreakable" campaign. There's a very good blog from Pete Finnigan at http://www.petefinnigan.com/weblog/entries/ that has regular updates on Oracle security issues.
Nik> Thanks - I'll take a look @ the site.