SQL injection vulnerability in mod_auth_mysql.c in the mod-auth-mysql
(aka libapache2-mod-auth-mysql) module for the Apache HTTP Server 2.x,
when configured to use a multibyte character set that allows a \
(backslash) as part of the character encoding, allows remote attackers
to execute arbitrary SQL commands via unspecified inputs in a login
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