Unchecked Buffer in Extended Stored Procedures

By Damian Maclennen on 17 April 2002 | 1 Comment | Tags: Hot Fixes


Microsoft released a security bulletin about unchecked buffers in Extended Stored Procedures. This means that it is possible the execute arbitrary code under the security context of the SQL Server process. Follow the link to read more and download a patch. Follow the link to Unchecked Buffer in Extended Stored Procedures...

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