New Sql Server Buffer Overrun issue

By Rob Volk on 17 June 2002 | 0 Comments | Tags: Hot Fixes


Lance submitted "Martin Rakhmanoff has discovered a new buffer overrun issue in the pwdencrypt hash function for sql server." Unfortunately the link doesn't provide much information other than it is a confirmed bug in SQL Server 2000. You should take standard precautions to prevent buffer overflow hacks if you aren't already (the site has more links on this) Follow the link to New Sql Server Buffer Overrun issue...

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