Implement solution instead of myLittleAdmin for Plesk for Windows
Vulnerability CVE-2020-13166 was discovered in myLittleAdmin and since the only option to completely mitigate the issue is to remove myLittleAdmin, it would be good to implement another tool to manage MS SQL databases through the web interface (instead of resorting to Microsoft SQL Management studio)
In the nearest future, we plan to stop shipping MyLittleAdmin with Plesk. This is because MyLittleAdmin is not in active development, and has known security issues. Instead, Plesk will provide links to downloadable clients and instructions on how to connect the client to the Plesk server. This change is currently scheduled to take place with the release of Plesk Obsidian 18.0.53 (early June 2023).
DNS CLOUD LTD commented
It's really wrong not to have MyLittleAdmin
I'm stuck and our customers are upset because of your ********
I ask for an urgent solution
There is already a class action lawsuit against you for product negligence.
Plesk Tech Support commented
Additional use case: due to security policy and/or if a server is behind NAT it's not always possible to expose MSSQL port for remote MSSQL studio connection or RDP port for using MSSQL studio locally on the server. Hence, some alternative out-of-the-box solution is required.
Alexander Dimitrov commented
Due to existing vulnerabilities like https://support.plesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/360013996240-CVE-2020-13166-myLittleAdmin-vulnerability it would be nice to have more than one alternatives solutions for managing MSSQL and MySQL databases.
Sridhar Iyer commented
Kindly provide phpmyadmin as the database client. It has a better GUI and overall experience as compared to MyLittleAdmin .