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MySQL < 5.7.13 Multiple Vulnerabilties

Medium

Synopsis

The specific version of MySQL that the system is running is reportedly affected by multiple vulnerabilities.

Description

The specific version of MySQL that the system is running is reportedly affected by the following vulnerabilities:

- Oracle MySQL contains a flaw that is triggered when performing a FLUSH TABLES operation on a table with a discarded tablespace. This may potentially allow an authenticated attacker to cause the database to crash.

- Oracle MySQL contains a flaw in InnoDB that is triggered when performing an OPTIMIZE TABLE operation on a table with a full-text index. This may allow an authenticated attacker to crash the database.

- Oracle MySQL contains a flaw that is triggered when performing an UPDATE operation on a generated virtual BLOB column. This may potentially allow an authenticated attacker to cause the database to crash.

- Oracle MySQL contains a flaw that is triggered when performing an SHOW CREATE TABLE operation on a table with a generated column. This may potentially allow an authenticated attacker to cause the database to crash.

Solution

It has been reported that this has been fixed. Please refer to the product listing for upgraded versions that address this vulnerability.