Tag Archives: security

Detecting Logins

Do you have a login on any of your SQL Server instances that is named “default”? If you do, you might have an issue with the MrbMiner malware that has infected a number of SQL Server instances. This adds a … Continue reading

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The Real Life Software Movie Plot

It wasn’t that long ago that Firewall was released. In it, a security executive has his family taken hostage, with the plot being that the executive will help the criminals rob the bank that he’s spent years protecting or his … Continue reading

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The Best Security for Database Administrators

A short while ago, Twitter got hacked. I wrote about this, as did Denny Cherry. I think Denny’s piece was more interesting, as he speculates about the security measures that Twitter may, or may not, have had in place. One … Continue reading

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Better Government Security Through DevOps

Most teams building software seem to go a little too fast to ensure their code is both secure and of high quality. I don’t think it really  matters whether you are working in a waterfall process, agile, lean, or any … Continue reading

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