MySQL patches security vulns
Less than critical
MySQL has released patches for three security vulns in its open source database software. The fixes are all contained in the latest versions, so it seems sensible to start downloading now.
The flaws, involving disclosure and buffer overflows, are "less than critical", but they could be exploitable by pesky hackers, according to Secunia, the security research firm.
For more info, check out Secunia’s advisory. ®
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