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Securing SQL Server: Protecting Your Database
Securing SQL Server: Protecting Your Database

Securing SQL Server: Protecting Your Database from Attackers by Denny Cherry

Securing SQL Server: Protecting Your Database from Attackers



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Securing SQL Server: Protecting Your Database from Attackers Denny Cherry ebook
ISBN: 1597496251, 9781597496254
Format: pdf
Page: 273
Publisher: Syngress


We look at SQL injection attacks, what it is, how someone carries it out, and what you can do to protect your site from an attack. I tend to split my time equally between praising and bashing Microsoft, but the new security features and tools in SQL Server 2005 will be mandatory for protecting your data from today's increasingly sophisticated attacks. Of the implementation and the security of the data. If you are working as a DBA for a financial organisation where sensitive financial data is stored in your databases then security is usually your immediate concern. Essentially, SQL injection tries to trick your database to reveal You would also need to secure your server, operating system and other tools you use. This document will discuss the issues associated with database encryption implemented using SQL Server's native Transparent Database Encryption (TDE) mechanism. During this full day precon we will review a variety of ways to secure your SQL Server databases and data from attack. This isn't to suggest that simply moving to the new database will automatically and fully protect your data. Simply put, SQL injection involves a hacker inserting a MySQL statement on a Web form or application that later runs on your database without you knowing it. By default (.NET integration), thereby reducing the attack vectors that hackers could use to compromise your data security.

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