Cumulative Patch for SQL Server 2000

By Bill Graziano on 11 July 2002 | Tags: Hot Fixes


This is a cumulative patch that, when applied, address all previously addressed vulnerabilities. In addition, it eliminates three new vulnerability:

  • A buffer overrun vulnerability in a procedure that handles password encryption for SQL Server authentication that could enable code of an attacker's choice to be run in the same context as the SQL Server.
  • A buffer overrun vulnerability in a procedure that handles bulk inserting of database tables that could enable an attacker's code to run in the SQL Server Service Account's security context.
  • A privilege elevation vulnerability that could enable an attacker to gain the ability to execute SQL Server commands in the security context of the operating system.

Link: Cumulative Patch for SQL Server 2000


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