Security between multiple instances
Date: Wed, 17 Mar 2004 13:52:58 -0800
One box with two instances of SQL 2000 installed. One
instance needs to be accessed publicly through an IIS
server. The other instance contains information that MUST
NOT be accessible through the IIS server.
Are there security issues I should be concerned about
between the two instances of SQL?
Is there anything I can do to lock instances down so limit
- FW: Microsoft Security Advisory MS 03-007
... am trying to find a vulnerability tester/script and I could test it out ... Department of the Army server that had been compromised and that this ... announcement covers IIS 5.1 but not IIS 6, ... How a Hacker Uses SQL Injection to Steal Your SQL Data! ...
- RE: Confusion on standard security methodologies.
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- RE: MS patch-scanner for Win-NT, 2K, IIS, SQL
... MS patch-scanner for Win-NT, 2K, IIS, SQL ... XML file from the following location - mssecure.xml Possible ... and on a NT 4 Server, but the scanner works fine on a W2K Server ...
- Re: SQL CE Synching Problems
... install location of SQL CE instead of under Inetpub like I had done before. ... > so the issue has to be between the server tools and the publisher. ... >>I ran the wizard again to check all the permissions and this is what it ... >> A request to send data to the computer running IIS has failed. ...
- Re: General Network Error - MS Stumped
... > environment between our ASP.NET application and SQL Server 2000. ... > to be related to queries that return "large" amounts of data from SQL. ... > MS had us perform 3 data captures initially: MPSRPT_MDAC on the IIS ... > at System.Data.SqlClient.TdsParser.ReadByteArray(Bytebuff, Int32 ...