As this Question is about to disappear off the main screen (sorry if someone was already planning on answering them in that question), can anyone from Sybase answer two of the questions asked in the comments.
If you wish to secure your environment against all protocol-level attacks, you should never open up TDS connections and only use strongly-encrypted TLS/HTTPS connections instead. This is for all versions of SQL Anywhere, not just version 10 - see: http://dcx.sybase.com/index.html#1201/en/dbadmin/tds-conparm.html. Strongly-encrypted connections should always be used in any area where you are concerned about protocol-level security.
If you still require the use of TDS connections, you should apply the patch mentioned in the previous question for version 11/12. If you are using version 10, you should be looking at upgrading to version 11/12 as version 10 is End-of-Life'd.
If you require further specific details about your situation and your business exposure/relation to this bug, those details would be best discussed through a technical support case so we can better address your particular situation/environment and your work-around options with you directly.
answered 16 Aug '12, 12:07