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Posted May 17, 2010

MySQL Security Holes to be Patched in Version 5.1.47

By DatabaseJournal.com Staff

While developers haven’t mentioned which versions of MySQL are affected, Oracle is said to be patching some very important security holes in version 5.1.47. These holes include allowing attacks that could cause server crashes, obtaining unauthorized database access, and injecting code that could be executed on the server.
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