MariaDB Corporation, the database company born as a result of forking the well-known open-source MySQL database, has released a new version of its MaxScale proxy software.
A security researcher says he has discovered multiple, severe, remotely exploitable vulnerabilities in the widely used open source database MySQL, and has released details and limited proof-of-concept code for one flaw.
The open-source credentials of MariaDB, the database company that was born as a fork from MySQL, have taken a hit after it announced that it would be releasing the new version of its MaxScale database proxy software under a proprietary licence.
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