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From:Dicky Wahyu Purnomo Date:July 27 2002 1:49am
Subject:Re: security
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Pada Fri, 26 Jul 2002 15:24:58 -0300
Anderson Pereira Ataides <anderson.pa@stripped> menulis :

> Why should I close port 3306 used by mysql? What would happen if a hacker use 
> this port?

Hemmm ... if you close the port 3306, so where do you put the mysqld to LISTEN on ?

Well, if you considering the security ... you should implement a "good" mysql privileges.

For example, if you running mysql and only be accessed locally / localhost client. You
should never had a grant access for a user which came from hosts beside "localhost".

So even you just telnet port 3306 from other computer, the connection will be refused :D

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