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Please read this MS KB article: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2745448 In short The SSRS service checks for certificate revocation lists (CRL) and something is blocking your attempts (usually Windows Firewall).
When executing the mysql binary from the command line, the -p option, unless given an argument, causes mysql to wait for STDIN (e.g. the user typing the password and hitting enter). You can either execute: cat /root/queries.sql | mysql -u root -p or mysql -u root -p'myPasswordHere' < /root/queries.sql
You can manually create a whitelist array whereby illuminating the query with its own vulnerabilities to obtain the whitelist.
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