Latest DBMS Security Patch Levels – Updated

TeamSHATTER keeps you up to date with the latest DBMS Security Patch levels to ensure you are protected with the latest security fixes.

Last updated 3/21/2013

 

Oracle

 

Edition Latest Patch Release Date Comments
Database 11g R2
Database 11g R1
Database 10g R2
Critical Patch Update January 2013 January 15th 2013  
Database 10gR1 Critical Patch Update January 2012 January 17th 2012 Out of support. This was the final patch for 10gR1.
Database 9i Critical Patch Update July 2010 July 13th 2010 Out of support. This was the final patch for 9i.

 

Reference:       http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/topics/security/alerts-086861.html

Next CPU is due April 16th 2013

MySQL

Edition Latest Version Release Date Comments
MySQL 5.5 5.5.30 February 5th 2013  
MySQL 5.1 5.1.68 February 5th 2013  
MySQL 5.0 5.0.96 March 21th 2012 Out of support. Active Support ended on Dec. 31 2009

 

Reference:       http://dev.mysql.com/doc/index.html

 

Microsoft SQL Server

 

Edition Latest Version Release Date Comments
SQL Server 2012 Service Pack 1
v11.00.3000
November 9th 2012
SQL Server 2008 R2 Service Pack 2
v10.50.4000
July 26th 2012
SQL Server 2008 Service Pack 3 + + MS12-070
(GDR-10.00.5512 + QFE-10.00.5826)
October 8th 2012  
SQL Server 2005 Service Pack 4 + MS12-070
(GDR-9.00.5069 + QFE-9.00.5324)
October 8th 2012 Mainstream Support ended on Apr. 12th 2011
SQL Server 2000 Service Pack 4 + MS12-060
(GDR-8.00.2066 + QFE-8.00.2305)
September 26th 2008 Mainstream Support ended on Apr. 8th 2008

 

References:     http://support.microsoft.com/ph/14917

http://www.sqlsecurity.com/FAQs/SQLServerVersionDatabase/tabid/63/Default.aspx

IBM DB2 LUW

 

Edition Latest Fix Pack Release Date Comments
DB2 10.1 Fix Pack 2

December 7th 2012

 
DB2 9.8 Fix Pack 5

June 12th 2012

 
DB2 9.7 Fix Pack 7

October 19th 2012

 
DB2 9.5 Fix Pack 10

August 20th 2012

 
DB2 9.1 Fix Pack 12

July 11th 2012

Support ended on Apr 30th 2012. This is the final Fix Pack.
DB2 8.2 Fix Pack 18

August 14th 2009

Support ended on Apr 30th 2009. This is the final Fix Pack.

 

Reference: http://www-01.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?rs=71&uid=swg27007053

 

IBM Lotus Domino

 

Edition Latest Fix Pack Release Date Comments
8.5.3 MR Fix Pack 3

November 26th 2012

 
8.5.2 MR Fix Pack 4

December 2nd 2011

This is the final FP for 8.5.2
Upgrade to 8.5.3
8.5.1 MR Fix Pack 5

October 19th 2010

This is the final FP for 8.5.1
Upgrade to 8.5.3
8.5 Fix Pack 1

July 29th 2009

This is the final FP for 8.5
Upgrade to 8.5.3
8.0.2 MR Fix Pack 6

July 26th 2010

 
7.0.4 MR Fix Pack 2

June 30th 2010

Support will end on April 30th 2011
6.5.6 MR Fix Pack 3

April 24th 2008

Support ended on April 30th 2010

Reference: http://www-01.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=swg27010592

Sybase ASE

 

Edition Latest Patch Release Date Comments
ASE 15.7 ESD #4

December 21st 2012

 
ASE 15.5 ESD #5.2

December 21st 2012

 
ASE 15.0.2 ESD #4.2

December 19th 2012

 
ASE 12.5.4 ESD #10

November 20th 2009

Out of support.

 

Reference: http://www.sybase.com/products/databasemanagement/adaptiveserverenterprise/technicalsupport

 

 

Comments

  1. Bruce Dealhoy
    posted on 23 March 2011

    RE “Latest DBMS Security Patch Levels ” webpage: Would it be possible to post the availability or release date for the versions or fixpacks that are lsited? One of our problems is that our database standards call for the application of patches and such. The release date is a valuable piece of information in dealing with managers and presenting findings (patch has not been applied in the XX months since it was generall avaiable. PATCH NOW!)

  2. Kelly Kane
    posted on 24 March 2011

    Hi Bruce, thank you for your comment and excellent suggestion. We will be adding that detail shortly to the pages.

  3. posted on 29 March 2011

    Bruce, thanks for the suggestion. I reworked that page and it now has release dates for the patches included.

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