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RE: RE: MySQL command-line client HTML injection vulnerability
From: "Quark IT - Hilton Travis" <Hilton () QuarkIT com au>
Date: Sat, 4 Oct 2008 15:47:13 +1000
So, should we bring up all patches that have been released 5 months ago
or thereabouts? There's been a LOT of serious vulnerabilities released
since then - if you're 5 months behind in patching, then there's more
serious questions than this one patch.
We ALL need to keep up to date with patches. 5 month old patches are
ancient news and should have been taken care of no more than about 4
months ago at the most. If this list were to make mention of all old
patches after 5 months or so, the list would be flooded with nigh on
useless information taking the bandwidth as compared to new, relevant
patch and vulnerability. information.
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From: mrry.dmlo () gmail com [mailto:mrry.dmlo () gmail com]
Sent: Friday, 3 October 2008 4:54 PM
what about the people who do not know about the bug or the patch? Mr.
Travis Hilton so it shouldnt be brought to my attention? it is a very
serious bug does one ever go to the root of any problems?