Yaroslav Pentsarskyy

  • Interests: Network Security, Databases, Virus Research

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Preventing Identity Theft Using SQL Server

Solving business problems is an interesting problem for most application developers. Usually the issues are handled in application code, but there are some places where SQL Server can be used to help. Yaroslav Pentsarskyy brings us a creative use of SQL Server functionality to prevent identity theft.

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2006-09-20

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