MySQL issues security fix

Thursday May 4th 2006 by DatabaseJournal.com Staff
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MySQL has issued a security update to address flaws in its client-server protocol that could allow a malicious attacker to exploit buffer overflow vulnerabilities and gain access to sensitive information.

[From CNet News.com]

The open-source database company released its MySQL version 5.0.21 update earlier this week. The update is designed to address security flaws in database server software versions 5.1.9; 5.0.20; 4.1.18; 4.0.26 and prior versions.

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