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From:Daevid Vincent Date:November 12 2010 10:12pm
Subject:RE: FW: [USN-1017-1] MySQL vulnerabilities
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my point exactly. there is NONE. and if you don't patch your mysql as
needed, then you will need a lot more help when you're hacked. ;-p


From: vegivamp@stripped [mailto:vegivamp@stripped] On Behalf Of Johan De
Sent: Friday, November 12, 2010 12:18 PM
To: Daevid Vincent
Cc: mysql
Subject: Re: FW: [USN-1017-1] MySQL vulnerabilities

I suspect that that is because this is not a security list, but a general
help list. If you want those things, you'll get them from either your
vendor, bugtraq, or the mysql security-specific mailing list that
undoubtedly exists somewhere. Don't ask me where, though - I'm not on it
either :-)

On Fri, Nov 12, 2010 at 8:02 PM, Daevid Vincent <daevid@stripped> wrote:

How come these kinds of notices are not sent to the mysql list? I realize
this particular one is from Ubuntu, but the vulnerability is not ubuntu
specific, it's mysql. Why aren't the mysql, er um, Oracle people more
pro-active about letting us know these things?

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FW: [USN-1017-1] MySQL vulnerabilitiesDaevid Vincent12 Nov
  • Re: FW: [USN-1017-1] MySQL vulnerabilitiesJohan De Meersman12 Nov
    • RE: FW: [USN-1017-1] MySQL vulnerabilitiesDaevid Vincent12 Nov
      • Re: FW: [USN-1017-1] MySQL vulnerabilitiesGael12 Nov
        • Re: FW: [USN-1017-1] MySQL vulnerabilitiesRob Wultsch13 Nov
RE: FW: [USN-1017-1] MySQL vulnerabilitiesJan Steinman13 Nov
  • RE: FW: [USN-1017-1] MySQL vulnerabilitiesDaevid Vincent14 Nov
    • Re: FW: [USN-1017-1] MySQL vulnerabilitiesJohan De Meersman15 Nov
Re: FW: [USN-1017-1] MySQL vulnerabilitiesJan Steinman16 Nov