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Old 17th May 2010
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Default Open MySQL security holes

From http://www.h-online.com/security/new...s-1000709.html

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Oracle's forthcoming version 5.1.47 of MySQL is said to contain several important security patches. The changelog states that the developers have closed three security holes which allow attackers to cause a server crash, obtain unauthorised database access or, in the worst case, inject arbitrary code and execute it on the server. The developers didn't mention which exact versions are affected.
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Thanks for the heads up. I'll be sure to update my server.
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