Am 29.12.2011 18:42, schrieb Ryan Dewhurst:
> I would assume that MySQL is installed mostly on production servers
> rather than in class room environments.
> Wouldn't it make more sense for MySQL to be secure by default rather
> than insecure by default?
yes and no
yes because there are way too much peopole in positions
without the minimal knowledge of their job
no because if someone is a trustable admin he does
not only a default install without verify and audits
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