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Project Summary

MySQL, the most popular Open Source SQL database management system, is developed, distributed, and supported by Oracle Corporation.

Tags

clustering database database_server dbi embedded engine gis jdbc lamp mysql odbc posix relational replication server sql transactions windows

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Project Security

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Vulnerability Exposure Index

Many reported vulnerabilities
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Languages

C++
70%
C
16%
30 Other
14%

30 Day Summary

Apr 27 2024 — May 27 2024

12 Month Summary

May 27 2023 — May 27 2024
  • 869 Commits
    Down -3365 (79%) from previous 12 months
  • 79 Contributors
    Down -56 (41%) from previous 12 months
 

Static Analysis ( Generated by Coverity Scan for floridsleeves-mysql )

Repository URL: https://github.com/mysql/mysql-server

Version:

2023-03-03
Last Analyzed
475,421
Lines of Code Analyze
0.74
Defect Density

Defects by status for current build

359
Total defects
353
Outstanding
0
Fixed

CWE Top 25 defects

ID CWE-Name Number of Defects
120 Buffer Copy without Checking Size of Input ('Classic Buffer Overflow') 4
190 Integer Overflow or Wraparound 3
676 Use of Potentially Dangerous Function 1