Buffer overflow in MySQL daemon (mysqld) before 3.23.50, and 4.0 beta
before 4.02, on the Win32 platform, allows local users to execute
arbitrary code via a long "datadir" parameter in the my.ini
initialization file, whose permissions on Windows allow Full Control
to the Everyone group.
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VULNWATCH:20021002 wp-02-0003: MySQL Locally Exploitable Buffer Overflow
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