[wp-hackers] WP 2.0.4 && MySQL Issues

Christopher J. Hradil chradil at comcast.net
Wed Aug 9 20:07:34 GMT 2006

ps. -- I'm working on a specific outline of the issues, as well as some
simple fix scenarios, it's going to take a bit of time for me to complete
that, I'm 'in the weeds' so far this week....

Christopher J. Hradil


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> Christopher J. Hradil
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> Subject: [wp-hackers] WP 2.0.4 && MySQL Issues
> I've accidentally tripped over some issues which seem like 
> they're pretty serious. I'm not going to make a Dr Dave style 
> blog post, because 1) it's not the type of thing which should 
> create mass hysteria and 2) it's not so much related to 
> security in the way some of those issues were. What I'd like 
> to do (and I don't normally like being this cryptic) is find 
> some way for those of you involved with the core development 
> as well as plugin authors to establish a means of discussing 
> the issues I've come across, in possible a less public venue 
> than either the wp- mailing lists or via opening a trac 
> ticket. Matt/Ryan/Podz et. al.  most importantly, I'd like to 
> get a little feedback from all of you with regards to how 
> you'd like me to address/proceed with these items (note, I've 
> also tested with a couple of nightly builds of various 
> versions, and the issues are pretty generic, and so seem to 
> affect all versions equally. 
> Please advise..
> .chris
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