We all know the error log used by SQL Server to audit failed logins by default. But is it good enough? For many scenarios, it isn’t. It’s actually missing a lot of important information. But, worry not, for there are better solutions!Continue reading “Finding the Details Missing from the SQL Server Failed Logins Audit”
I never managed to find an online reference page for the rules run by the SQL Vulnerability Assessment tool. So I figured “why not do it myself?”. Cool script attached!Continue reading “SQL Vulnerability Assessment Tool – Rules Reference List”
Linked Servers are an easy way to allow direct access between different SQL Servers. But, by using this feature, you may have created a wide-open backdoor into your servers! Read on for more details… Continue reading Are you using Linked Servers? They may be in serious danger!
First of all, I must apologize for the long hiatus since my last published content.
I’ve been busy working on a lot of very different stuff, and unfortunately this delayed me from actually completing any one particular thing.
One thing that I did complete, though, was preparing and submitting a webinar for the PASS Global Hebrew Virtual Group.
The webinar is called “Advanced Dynamic Search Queries and How to Protect Them”, and I will be presenting it on Tuesday, April 30th 2019, 13:00 UTC (15:00 Israel Time). Continue reading Webinar: Advanced Dynamic Search Queries and How to Protect Them