Microsoft Security Bulletin MS00-041
Patch Available for 'DTS Password' Vulnerability
Originally posted: June 13, 2000
Updated: July 11, 2000
On June 13, 2000, Microsoft released a patch that eliminates a security vulnerability in a component that ships with Microsoft® SQL Server 7.0. If the component is configured improperly, the vulnerability could allow passwords to be compromised.
On July 11, 2000, Microsoft is updating this bulletin to reflect a similar issue with the Enterprise Manager Server registration dialog. A new version of the patch is available to remedy all symptoms related to this vulnerability.
- Microsoft SQL Server 7.0
Support: This is a fully supported patch. Information on contacting Microsoft Technical Support is available at http://support.microsoft.com/contactussupport/?ws=support .
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- June 13, 2000: Bulletin Created.
- July 11, 2000: Updated to discuss similar vulnerability with Enterprise Manager.