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MySQL vulnerability

Discussion in 'Scripts and Coding' started by Blossom, Jun 12, 2012.

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  1. Blossom

    Blossom Well-Known Member

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    Thanks for the info...

    I'm off to change the login names to my databases to something obscure...
     
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    Basically don't use 'root' for anything. Move off the standard SSH/MySQL ports etc. This will stop 99.999% of brute force hacks.
     
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    You probably have the user root dont forget ;)
    And do you really need MySQL exposed to the web? FW it off to no one or a list of allowed hosts!

    And having said that ive tested many servers (mainly Plesk and cPanel servers mind) and found not one which was exploitable from this bug...
     
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