New Sql Server Buffer Overrun issue

By Rob Volk on 17 June 2002 | Tags: Hot Fixes


Lance submitted "Martin Rakhmanoff has discovered a new buffer overrun issue in the pwdencrypt hash function for sql server." Unfortunately the link doesn't provide much information other than it is a confirmed bug in SQL Server 2000. You should take standard precautions to prevent buffer overflow hacks if you aren't already (the site has more links on this)

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