Re: Lordy!! -- how soon before Gartner recommends dumping MS SQL Server and going with mySQL or Clou
Maybe so, I'm not sure, but the point is that MS are moving in the right
"Patrick Troughton" <Patrick@Troughton.com> wrote in message
> Are you sure? The article first states that "the worm affects only
> SQL Server version 7.0." But the very next sentence seemingly contradicts
> this statement, "By default, SQL Server 2000 requires the administrator
> a password, so it's not vulnerable." So, if the default were overriden,
> that not make SQL Server 2000 vulnerable?
> "Michael Culley" <email@example.com> wrote:
> >If you read the article it said it affects sql7 and not 2000. sql7 was
> >released *before* they made this claim. The fact the sql2000 is not
> >vunerable and that there is a patch available for sql7 indicated they are
> >staying true to their word.
> >Michael Culley
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