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Securing Your Microsoft SQL Server Databases in an Enterprise Environm

If you are running Microsoft SQL Server databases to support critical enterprise applications, you are part of a growing trend.   Read more...
By Additional Articles 2005/01/06 | Source: It Toolbox | Category: security
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Manipulating Microsoft SQL Server Using SQL Injection

Focuses on advanced techniques that can be used in an attack on an application utilizing Microsoft SQL Server as a backend. These techniques demonstrate how an attacker could use a SQL Injection vulnerability to retrieve the database content from behind a firewall and penetrate the internal network. Also provided are recommendations on how to prevent such attacks.   Read more...
By Additional Articles 2005/01/05 | Source: It Toolbox | Category: security
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Securing your databases: Improving protection with a proactive securit

The key to effective security is embracing it as an ongoing process rather than a one time event. This document examines how database security can be enhanced with a proactive security lifecycle approach.  Read more...
By Additional Articles 2004/12/13 | Source: It Toolbox | Category: security
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An Enterprise-Class Plan for Securing Microsoft SQL Server Databases

If you are running Microsoft SQL Server databases to support critical enterprise applications, you are part of a growing trend. The cost/performance benefits of Microsoft SQL Server on the Microsoft Windows NT and Windows 2000 platforms have fueled the growth of SQL Server as a platform for enterprise-class applications.   Read more...
By Additional Articles 2004/12/03 | Source: It Toolbox | Category: security
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SQL Server 2000 Security - Part 13 - SQL Injection attack

Typically, access to data is provided via client applications, which increases the range of potential vulnerabilities and places an equal share of responsibility for data security on software developers. This is especially important since application flaws can have just as catastrophic implications as a misconfigured or unsecured SQL Server installation.  Read more...
By Additional Articles 2004/10/19 | Source: Database Journal | Category: security
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Scanning the network for SQL Server

Have you ever wondered how many SQL Servers are on your network? Need their versions for patches, reporting, etc? Read about this technique for easily scanning for all the servers that are installed.   Read more...
By Additional Articles 2004/09/21 | Source: Database Journal | Category: security
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SQL Server 2000 Security - Part 10 - Auditing

A basic look at various ways in which you can perform some server auditing with SQL Server 2000.   Read more...
By Additional Articles 2004/09/13 | Source: ASPToday | Category: security
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Beginning SQL Server - Logins and Users

Part 3 of Steve Jones' series on beginning SQL Server from the perspective of a system administrator or someone not used to working with SQL Server. If you've been designated the new administrator, take a look at this series for some help in coming up to speed on this product. This article looks at logins and basic security.   Read more...
By Steve Jones 2007/08/03 (first published: 2004/09/02) | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: administration
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Auditing with SQL Profiler

SQL Server includes a great auditing tool: Profiler. It's not the easiest tool to use, however, and it's one that takes some getting used to. Our resident security export, Brian Kelley looks at a simple example of using this tool to audit logins.   Read more...
By Brian Kelley 2007/04/20 (first published: 2004/09/01) | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: administration
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Stop SQL Injection Attacks Before They Stop You

A new article from MSDN magazine on stopping SQL Injection attacks by examining how the SQL can be exploited. It's a good basic article for developers as well as DBAs who might have to review code.  Read more...
By Additional Articles 2004/08/20 | Source: MSDN Communities | Category: security
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SQL Server Alerts

SQL Server Alerts provide a great way for the server to notify a DBA that some event has occurred, usually something bad that they need to fix. However alerts can also be used to drive business logic processes and enable some types of actions to be safely performed without requiring extraordinary rights by a user. Author Leo Peysakhovich brings us some ideas on how we can use alerts to implement business logic processing.   Read more...
By Leo Peysakhovich 2004/08/10 | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: administration
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SQL Server Auditing - Part 1

Our SQL Server Security expert, Brian Kelley, brings us the first part of a new series on auditing. Most of the auditing articles we've had are based on how you audit changes to data. Brian looks at auditing from the server itself, explaining the different levels of auditing built into SQL Server 2000.   Read more...
By Brian Kelley 2007/06/01 (first published: 2004/08/05) | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: security
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Review: NGSSquirrel

NGS Software is in the security business and have been very successful in finding vulnerabilities in many products, notable SQL Server. They have used their expertise to build products to help you better secure your systems. Dale Corey looks at one of those products, NGSSquirrel, which does vulnerability assessment.   Read more...
By Dale Elizabeth Corey 2004/07/30 | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: security
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Fixing broken logins and transferring passwords

When transferring a database to a new server, you are bound to experience a user problem. In this article by Neil Boyle, he shows you how to transfer passwords and accounts seamlessly to a new server.   Read more...
By Neil Boyle 2004/07/05 (first published: 2002/08/14) | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: administration
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Hidden Dangers!

How many of you register a server in Enterprise Manager? Now how many of you click the "save password" box? Probably most of you. Are you aware of the security risks associated with this? James Travis looks at one of potential problems here and other security issues relating to SQL-DMO.   Read more...
By James Travis 2004/05/04 | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: administration
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SQL Server Auditing and Notification

As Jeff says, "There are lots of articles about how to do auditing, but there are few discussions about how to use the auditing results in a real time environment". Well, now we have one that shows you how to do it!   Read more...
By Jeffrey Yao 2004/03/29 | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: administration
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Yukon Passwords

Some good info on password changes in Yukon (SQL 2005). Based on the beta, but worth taking a look at.   Read more...
By Randy Dyess 2004/03/19 | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: security
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Dump SQL Permissions

We saw a note from Chad about a tool he wrote in the forums and asked him to write up some notes. Not only did we get notes, we got the source code! See what a DBA can do with some DMO.   Read more...
By Chad Miller 2004/03/17 | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: administration
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How to Make Sure You Have Good Passwords

As Robin points out there is no built in way to make sure users have strong passwords when using SQL authentication. There are a couple changes you can make (with appropriate warnings!) that will allow you to do this. Read on to find out why and how.   Read more...
By Robin Back 2004/03/02 | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: security
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Review of Lumigent Entegra

We've been trying to catch up on reviews lately, Hai was kind enough to give Entegra a try and report back on it. The basic concept is that it lets you do extensive auditing without having to add triggers. If you're trying to find an auditing solution, this is worth considering.   Read more...
By Haidong Ji 2004/02/27 | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: administration
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