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SQL Server Security Part 2


SQL Server Security Part 2

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Yelena Varshal
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Hi

The article mentioned denying somethings like syscomments access to PUBLIC. Everyone is a member of Public, will SPs work after that?

Otherwise the article is very good. Chris even did not forget to remind us to take care of cleaning audit tables having in mind the amount of information in them

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For those of you new to the article (or others of Chris has posted), he's outstanding. Check out his other articles. He also has some excellent e-books on his website on disaster recovery (an issue dear and unfortunately near to my heart).

Keep discussing and debating --it's the only way we truly learn.





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Chris - this is an excellent article. Great work!



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yes. dynamic sql in sp works as well. wery easy to test.


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I have a question (and please excuse me if it's been asked before). If I am using SSL between a WebClient and WebServer, is it possible to intercept the communication between the WebServer and SQL Server Database? I would think that the database communication is running on the server end and that the only thing the client can see or intercept would be things that it has a certificate for.

Can someone shed some light on this? Thanks!



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