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Vulnerability Assessment Details

MySQLs accepts any password

Vulnerability Assessment Summary
Checks for the remote MySQL version

Detailed Explanation for this Vulnerability Assessment

You are running a version of MySQL which is
older than (or as old as) version 3.22.30 or 3.23.10

If you have not patched this version, then
any attacker who knows a valid username can
access your tables without having to enter any
valid password.

Network Security Threat Level: High
Solution : Upgrade to a newer version, or
edit the file mysql-xxx/sql/password.c, and
search for the 'while(*scrambled)' loop. In front
of it, add : 'if(strlen(scrambled) != strlen(to))return 1'

Networks Security ID: 975

Vulnerability Assessment Copyright: This script is Copyright (C) 2000 Renaud Deraison

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