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Whitepaper: Solutions to the Most Common Methods of SQL Server Intrusion

  • Identify vulnerabilities
  • Minimize business risks
Author: Juan Rogers
Published: May 01, 2013
Tags:  Compliance Data Protection Security SQL Server SQL

Understanding how SQL Server can be infiltrated is the key to understanding how to prevent intrusions. Some of the common methods of intrusion include: SQL injection, logon ids with blank passwords or default logon ids. 

This paper discusses the different intrusion methods and how you can utilize Idera's SQL Secure to establish the right security checks to your entire SQL server environment.

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