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How to secure SQL Server

Discussion in 'Forum Announcements' started by dineshasanka, Aug 3, 2005.

  1. dineshasanka Moderator

  2. Madhivanan Moderator

    Thanks for the updation


    Madhivanan

    Failing to plan is Planning to fail
  3. Adriaan New Member

    Looks like a promotional blurb. The article is dated Aug 1, 2005, and they only refer to the Slammer worm.

    quote:Different needs require for different database products. The group of databases presented in this article have their specific strength's. For large volume, many users secure systems, Sybase seems to have a lead in front of Microsoft SQL Server and Oracle. For embedded and workgroup databases Gupta SQLBase offers the best security currently available.

    After selecting a database product that offers the security features that meet the customers requirements the most important and often forgotten task is to enable and use the advanced security features provided by almost all database manufacturers.

    The author is Product Manager at Gupta Technologies in Munich.

  4. FrankKalis Moderator

  5. Twan New Member

    Having said that SQLBase is a fantastic little beast, but nowadays aimed vary much at the embedded market

    Cheers
    Twan
  6. ghemant Moderator

    Hi All,<br />For viruses we have to updated with latest updated AV definations and more then one AV in our bopx and more then one Anti Spy & Adware removal tools , with NTFS fily system because it gives more robust solution <br />and for preventing those spyware / adware ,in my opinion their are lots of security mechenism provided by MS products it self we can have IPSec enabled, port blocking/allowed,kerberos - PKI,if we have webbased application we can have SSL based INTRANET,if we talk in to aspect of LAN/WAN their are many options available in LOCAL SECURITY POLICY tooo ... so it is up to us wether use it or not and how to utilize that tools / option ... and it could be affect/implement to our SQL Server tooo because afterall it runs on Windows OS box... e.g. if we have set "Administrator (LOCAL)"<br />LOCAL SECURITY POLICY -&gt; USER RIGHT ASSIGNMENT -&gt;ACCESS THIS COMPUTER FROM THE NETWORK ... only local administrator can access it from network...<br /><br /><br />[<img src='/community/emoticons/emotion-1.gif' alt=':)' />]<br />Regards.<br /><br />hsGoswami<br />ghemant@gmail.com<br />"Humans don't have Caliber to PASS TIME , Time it self Pass or Fail Humans" - by Hemant Goswami<br />

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