According to its version number, the remote version of MySQL is prone to a security-bypass vulnerability. An attacker can exploit this issue to gain access to table files created by other users, bypassing certain security restrictions. NOTE 1: This issue was also assigned CVE-2008-4097 because CVE-2008-2079 was incompletely fixed, allowing symlink attacks. NOTE 2: CVE-2008-4098 was assigned because fixes for the vector described in CVE-2008-4097 can also be bypassed. This issue affects versions prior to MySQL 4 (prior to 4.1.24) and MySQL 5 (prior to 5.0.60).
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Updated on 2015-03-25
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