March 28, 2001

MySQL 3.23.36 fixes security holes

Author: JT Smith

From net-secruity.org: "This release should fix the final bugs we accidently got
into 3.23.34 and a long security bug that has been in
MySQL a long time!

The main fixed bugs are that UPDATE didn't always use
keys when updating on something not based on a primary
key and that 'affected rows' wasn't returned to the
client if the mysqld server wasn't compiled with support
for transactions."

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