MySQL is prone to a security-bypass vulnerability and to to a local privilege-escalation vulnerability. An attacker can exploit the security-bypass issue to bypass certain security restrictions and obtain sensitive information that may lead to further attacks. Local attackers can exploit the local privilege-escalation issue to gain elevated privileges on the affected computer. Versions prior to MySQL 5.1.41 are vulnerable.
Updates are available. Please see the references for details.
- IBM DB2 db2pd Denial Of Service Vulnerability (Linux)
- IBM DB2 REPEAT Buffer Overflow and TLS Renegotiation Vulnerabilities (Win)
- Oracle MySQL Server Multiple Vulnerabilities-03 Nov12 (Windows)
- Oracle MySQL Multiple Unspecified vulnerabilities-04 Oct14 (Windows)
- Oracle Database Server Multiple Information Disclosure Vulnerabilities