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Security in SQL Server 2005 as seen by a programmer

, 28 Aug 2013 CPOL
The goal of this article is to present elements of security in SQL Server such as: restrictive access to the server, blocking and safe configuration of services, and reduction of attack space for new elements. Techniques for creating and managing users and for securing data are illustrated.

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