Documenting security issues in FreeBSD and the FreeBSD Ports Collection

Security issues that affect the FreeBSD operating system or applications in the FreeBSD Ports Collection are documented using the Vulnerabilities and Exposures Markup Language (VuXML). The current VuXML document that serves as the source for the content of this site can be found:

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2013-02-01 mysql/mariadb/percona server -- multiple vulnerabilities
2009-01-11 mysql -- empty bit-string literal denial of service
mysql -- privilege escalation and overwrite of the system table information
mysql -- remote dos via malformed password packet
mysql -- renaming of arbitrary tables by authenticated users
2008-12-30 mysql -- MyISAM table privileges security bypass vulnerability for symlinked paths
2008-09-10 mysql -- MyISAM table privileges security bypass vulnerability
2006-10-29 mysql -- database "case-sensitive" privilege escalation
mysql -- database suid privilege escalation
2006-08-13 mysql -- format string vulnerability
2006-06-01 MySQL -- Information Disclosure and Buffer Overflow Vulnerabilities
MySQL -- SQL-injection security vulnerability
2006-05-06 mysql50-server -- COM_TABLE_DUMP arbitrary code execution
2005-07-09 mysql-server -- insecure temporary file creation
2005-03-14 mysql-server -- multiple remote vulnerabilities
2004-12-16 mysql -- ALTER MERGE denial of service vulnerability
mysql -- erroneous access restrictions applied to table renames
mysql -- FTS request denial of service vulnerability
mysql -- GRANT access restriction problem
mysql -- mysql_real_connect buffer overflow vulnerability
2004-09-23 mysql -- heap buffer overflow with prepared statements
2004-07-05 MySQL authentication bypass / buffer overflow