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Real-Time, Zero-Day Vulnerability Protection for Oracle and SAP Applications and Middleware

Rimini Street Advanced Application and Middleware Security helps extend the life of enterprise software, protecting against common vulnerabilities, including popular older releases which may not be covered by vendor security patches. These advanced security solutions help reduce the burden of traditional patching, significantly reduce time-to-protection, and can boost operational productivity.

Advanced application and middleware security without regression testing or downtime

Protect applications and middleware ─ including releases that are no longer fully supported by the vendor ─ against both known and unknown vulnerabilities. Rimini Street uses Java run-time detection and remediation to help stop attacks before they reach their intended targets, without regression testing or downtime. Unlike the majority of traditional vendor security patching, Rimini Street enterprise application and middleware security is extremely accurate and protects almost immediately without disrupting business operations, and with minimal system performance impact.

Enterprise application and middleware security without costly upgrades

Rimini Street Advanced Application and Middleware Security is a next-generation security solution, delivering peace of mind to IT teams and protection for all software releases, regardless of whether or not they are fully supported by the vendor. This eliminates the need for costly upgrades in order to receive security patches.

Solution Features

Zero-day protection for applications and middleware

Enterprise application and middleware security that protects against known and unknown vulnerabilities with real-time detection of patterns that indicate exploitation of weaknesses. Includes protection against SQL Injection, cross-site scripting, remote code execution, and Java object deserialization.

Protect against Java deserialization vulnerabilities

Java-based software has inherent security issues around Java serialization / deserialization. Address the fundamental problem in the Java compiler and delivering an effective Zero-day solution to secure WebLogic and other Java based applications.

Abstract Rule Modeling Run-time (ARMR) technology

Security controls provide continuous monitoring and protection. Works at the Java run-time to remediate common vulnerability exposure (CVE) and Common Weakness Enumeration (CWE). Includes automatic security hardening with full forensic data.

No false positives

Unlike other application security tools which filter network data and can be imprecise and distracting with false positives, Advanced Application and Middleware Security remediates at the compiler stage, eliminating false positives so clients can focus on real attacks, with minimal performance impact.

Easy deployment and maintenance

No prerequisite code updates and no extensive regression tests or downtime are required for Rimini Street Advanced Application and Middleware security.

Product Lines Supported

Rimini Street Advanced Application and Middleware Security is available for:

Compare the value

Traditional Vendor Patching
Rimini Street Advanced Application and Middleware Security
Protects against known and unknown vulnerabilities without taking systems offline
No – Protects only against known vulnerabilities, and requires downtime to apply patches.
Yes – Protects against both known and unknown vulnerabilities including zero-day exploits without taking systems offline.
Updates are available within 24-72 hours after a vulnerability is published
No – Vulnerabilities may go months or years after a vulnerability is published before a vendor patch is released. 1
Yes – If required, updates are available within 24-72 hours after a vulnerability is public or a vendor patch is released.
Popular, older releases are protected
No – Vendor patches are not available for popular, older releases.
Yes – Virtual patching protects older releases no longer fully supported by the vendor.
No need for costly regression testing due to software code changes
No – Patching changes software code and requires significant testing and downtime; this can cause potential system problems.
Yes – Virtual patching is external to the software and does not require any regression testing or system downtime; also does not cause code-related problems.
Updates are applied seamlessly, speeding time-to-protection and reducing workload
No – According to Oracle CEO, licensees are 14-18 months behind in patching.2
Yes – Updates can be automatically applied, providing immediate protection.
Able to monitor, report, and alert attempted attacks
No – No monitoring, reporting, and alerts on attempted malicious behavior or actions are provided.
Yes – Monitoring, reporting, and alerts are provided to improve security posture.
Multi-vendor solution
No – Vendor patches only protect their software, and frequently only protect specific releases.
Yes – Advanced Security Solutions protect Oracle, SAP, IBM, and Microsoft databases, applications, and middleware.
142% of known database vulnerabilities are not addressed by vendor patching within a year. Aberdeen Group, “Virtual Patching and Database Security: An Effective Compensating Control,” April 2013.

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