MS: SQL Server Text Formatting Functions Contain Unchecked Buffers

By Bill Graziano on 20 December 2001 | 0 Comments | Tags: Hot Fixes


Two security vulnerabilities have been discovered in MS SQL Server. One involves the dreaded but common buffer overflow. The second allows a denial of service attack. Follow the link for this article to download a patch for SQL7 and SQL2000. (Thanks Merkin) Follow the link to MS: SQL Server Text Formatting Functions Contain Unchecked Buffers...

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