5 MySQL Security Vulnerabilities and What to Do About Them
Thursday, April 7, 2016 10 AM EST / 2 PM GMT
Although MySQL is one of the most popular databases available and part of the Linux, Apache, MySQL, and PHP/Python/Perl (LAMP) stack, security can be a hit or miss affair.
Passwords kept in dot files or Bash variables. Other passwords in configuration files. Plus the default MySQL authentication system is, to be nice, a little too promiscuous.
If you're managing MySQL databases, you shouldn't miss this webinar to learn more about important MySQL security issues, including:
Join us for this live webinar to learn these critical performance tuning skills:
- the five major vulnerability points of a MySQL installation
- how to buttress the vulnerable points against attack or stupidity
- how recent changes in the server product line provide 'secure by default' installation. In this era of containerized or virtualized database instances, it is too easy to leave holes open for attackers
Join us for this exciting live webinar on what you should know about security for MySQL databases, with Dave Stokes, MySQL Community Manager at Oracle, and Janis Griffin, Database Performance Evangelist at SolarWinds.
Dave Stokes is a MySQL Community Manager for Oracle. Previously he was the MySQL Certification Manager for MySQL AB and SUN. He has worked for companies ranging alphabetically from the American Heart Association to Xerox and work ranging from Anti-submarine warfare to web developer.
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