Re: Opsware NAS 6.0 reveals MySQL 'root' password

Thanks to Opsware's great support, this security issue has been taken care of in their latest release NAS 6.1.2 and a work-around has been provided for customers who are not planning to upgrade, just change the permission on the init file.

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