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SQLyog MySQL GUI 11.42 Released

  • peter_laursen
  • April 16th, 2014
  • Releases, SQLyog
  • Changes (as compared to 11.41) include:

    Miscellaneous:
    * Version 11.41 introduced a dependency on the shared library ‘msvcr100.dll’ (installed with the ‘VC++ 2010 SP1 redistributable’ from Microsoft). Users that do not upgrade regularly from Windows Update for any reason (including company policies) could experience that the program failed to launch with a message about the missing .dll.  This dependency has now been removed.

    Downloads: https://www.webyog.com/product/downloads
    Purchase: https://www.webyog.com/shop

    SQLyog MySQL GUI 11.41 Released

  • peter_laursen
  • April 11th, 2014
  • Releases, SQLyog
  • MONyog MySQL Monitor 5.72 Has Been Released

  • peter_laursen
  • April 11th, 2014
  • MONyog, Releases
  • Changes (as compared to 5.71) include:

    Bug fixes:
    * In rare cases, MONyog could not close alerts from Monitors page.
    * When monitoring MySQL v5.6 with replication using GTIDs (global transaction IDs), MONyog reported false notification alert for GTID counters when notifications for change in server configuration was enabled.

    Miscellanous:
    * Upgraded libraries that theoretically could be vulnerable to the ‘Heartbleed’ OpenSSL bug. All users are urged to upgrade as soon as possible.

    Downloads: https://www.webyog.com/product/downloads
    Purchase: https://www.webyog.com/shop

    New SQLyog and MONyog coming – please upgrade soon!

  • peter_laursen
  • April 11th, 2014
  • MySQL, News, Releases
  • We are about to release upgrades to both SQLyog and MONyog with an important fix: linked libraries possibly vulnerable to the ‘Heartbleed’ OpenSSL bug have been upgraded to non-affected versions (the new MONyog release will have a few more fixes as well).

    Since this security issue became known a few days ago, media and Internet have swollen with information about vulnerable systems. There is probably both a lot of facts and fiction circulating.

    A good summary appeared in the Percona blog. It mostly focuses on server-side vulnerabilities. However this blog indicates that the vulnerability may also be exploitable from clients linking a vulnerable OpenSSL version. SQLyog and MONyog users should note that SSH/SSH-tunneling is not affected. But SSL-connections in both programs as well as HTTPS-tunneling with SQLyog may theoretically be indirectly exploitable.

    (and as a sideremark: also router firmware and similar systems may be affected. It has also been reported – but not finally confirmed, I think – that Android ‘Jelly Beans’ (at least) has the vulnerability deep down in the OS. Several online services don’t know yet if they are vulnerable (this includes my own netbank). It will take weeks or months before we know what implications this bug has, has had and may have in the future.)

    Now, what is the risk? Till now it is ‘low’ or ‘very low’. There is no known exploit. If the vulnerability has already been exploited, it has been by very professional people or organizations who kept the information private. Also it is non-trivial to create a usable exploit (in a client in particular, I believe) and it is definitely not something every teenage hacker does overnight. But now, when the vulnerability is known, the toolkits used by malicious hackers will probably soon include tools that may be used to build an exploit.

    So we recommend that you upgrade as soon as possible. This blog will soon announce the SQLyog and MONyog updates and also ‘upgrade check’ from inside the programs will announce the new versions.

    MONyog MySQL Monitor 5.71 Has Been Released

  • peter_laursen
  • March 27th, 2014
  • MONyog, Releases
  • Changes (as compared to 5.7) include:

    Features
    * With only one MySQL server selected, Dashboard page will now display charts in such a way that whitespace and the need of scrolling are reduced. With more than 1 servers selected, the Dashboard charts are drawn using a vertical layout as before.
    * Real-Time intrerface can now show the actual query in addition to replacing literals with the “?” wildcard.

    Bug fixes:
    * Using TAGS for registered servers in order to manage access for non-admin users did not always work as expected when multiple TAGS were used.
    * Yet another fix for a LDAP group authentication issue.
    * In Real-Time interface EXPLAIN option was not available if query length was greater than 5000.
    * In Real-Time interface database and user@host were not available for aggregating queries. They are now.

    Miscellanous:
    * MySQL availability and System availability charts in Dashboard are now disabled by default. Users who want them can enable from Dashboard Customize page. We removed them primarily as they consume space in the interface and have little information that is not obvious from other charts.

    Downloads: https://www.webyog.com/product/downloads
    Purchase: https://www.webyog.com/shop

    SQLyog MySQL GUI 11.4 Released

  • peter_laursen
  • March 12th, 2014
  • Releases, SQLyog
  • Changes (as compared to 11.33) include:

    Features:
    * Added a notifications area appearing in the lower part of Object Browser area. This will be used to communicate important information to users (example: critical bugs affecting version currently used).  When no notifications are available or when there is no Internet connection to the notifications service, the area will not display.
    * In Copy database, Export as SQL-Dump, Scheduled Backup and Schema Sync there is now an option to ignore/omit DEFINER-clause for database objects where it applies. Note that the target server will then create DEFINER as current SQLyog user when creating the object.
    * Added fractional seconds support for relevant data types if server supports (MySQL does from 5.6.4 and MariaDB does from 5.3) in CREATE/ALTER TABLE as well as in ‘Import External Data’.

    Bug fixes:
    * Since version 11.0 SQLyog failed to read theme files other than the default ‘twilight’ theme.
    * Copying into clipboard from MESSAGES tab could result in garbage characters.
    * SSH usernames and passwords with a doublequote character were not escaped properly.

    Downloads: https://www.webyog.com/product/downloads
    Purchase: https://www.webyog.com/shop

    Percona to bundle “MONyog Ultimate – MySQL Monitor and Advisor”

  • Chirag
  • March 11th, 2014
  • MONyog, News
  • PLEASANTON, California – March 11, 2014Percona, the company that makes MySQL faster and more reliable, today announced it will now provide Gold and Platinum Percona Support customers with the enterprise grade tools and advice they need for better performance and fewer database issues. Percona has partnered with Webyog to provide its customers with MONyog Ultimate Edition, the leading MySQL monitoring and management tool.

    Click here for full Press Release.

     

    MONyog MySQL Monitor 5.7 Has Been Released

  • peter_laursen
  • March 11th, 2014
  • MONyog, Releases
  • Changes (as compared to 5.6.9) include:

    Bug fixes:
    * 5.6.9 introduced an issue causing LDAP authentication to fail in some cases.

    Miscellaneous:
    * Code cleanups and internal optimizations.  Users having a large number of MySQL servers registered will observe a lower system load with this version due to this.

    Downloads: https://www.webyog.com/product/downloads
    Purchase: https://www.webyog.com/shop

    MONyog MySQL Monitor 5.69 Has Been Released

  • peter_laursen
  • February 28th, 2014
  • MONyog, Releases
  • MONyog MySQL Monitor 5.68 Has Been Released

  • peter_laursen
  • February 19th, 2014
  • MONyog, Releases
  • Changes (as compared to 5.67) include

    Features:
    * Sniffer now shows database name in long running query notification and also in Query Analyzer interface when Processlist based sniffer is selected. Please note that Processlist only exposes this information if a USE statement is associated with the query. If a ‘fully qualified tablename’ is used in the query this information will be empty.

    Bug fixes:
    * Monitor’s trend charts and history report charts were not displayed. This was introduced in MONyog 5.67.
    * Significantly improved the speed of replacing literals for queries with wildcards in Query Analyzer.
    * Connection to MySQL via SSL encryption could fail with valid parameters. This bug was introduced in MONyog 5.61.

    Miscellaneous:
    * A typo in a Dashboard chart legend has been fixed.

    Downloads: https://www.webyog.com/product/downloads
    Purchase: https://www.webyog.com/shop

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