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how to disable root password reset : mysqld --skip-grant-tables &
Posted by: miky Bart
Date: April 06, 2018 05:45AM

Hello, I am developing a software for some customers and I realized

just yesterday that there is the possibility to reset the password for root and then

thus allow anyone to enter the db with the profile root and view the

entire, i.e., schema, tables, etc. Given that there are some data concerning

the start of the apps that I am developing in this way the safety would be

less.

I wanted to ask , if there is the possibility to disable the functionality in

object, namely (i do not want to allow to bypass the

authentication procedures ), I do not want to give the possibility to reset the

root password and consequently allow subsequently db access to

anyone.

I am using Mysql 5.0.41 comunity

awaiting your reply I thank you and I greet

Mike

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