MySQL Password Vulnerability Scanner ScanNow
The free ScanNow tool checks if your MySQL servers are at risk from the MySQL CVE-2012-2122 vulnerability
Not sure if the latest headline-grabbing MySQL vulnerability (CVE-2012-2122) has put your infrastructure at risk? As outlined in this MySQL blog post by HD Moore, this vulnerability will accept every 256th login, no matter what password you use. There's no need to be in the dark about if your organization is at risk of CVE-2012-2122. Our free vulnerability scanning tool, ScanNow, will tell you if you have this MySQL vulnerability on your systems.
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When you download ScanNow, you'll be able to
- Check your assets specifically for the MySQL CVE-2012-2122 vulnerability
- Scan a range of IP addresses and ports that you define
- Learn whether your MySQL servers are at risk
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- RAM: 1GB minimum, 2GB or more recommended
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