Tag Archives: security

Getting Beyond Passwords

Most of us that work with SQL Server likely use either the Windows authentication or a user name and password when connecting to an instance in SSMS or ADS. It’s how we’ve operated for years, and likely will for some … Continue reading

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Row-Level Security Basics–#SQLNewBlogger

Another post for me that is simple and hopefully serves as an example for people trying to get blogging as #SQLNewBloggers. I realized recently that I hadn’t really blogged about Row-Level Security, so this post covers some of the things … Continue reading

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Security Bug or Handy Feature

There are plenty of times that I want to share something with another person. This could be a link, a slice of data, or maybe the view of some page I’ve seen. Many applications make this easy, either on the … Continue reading

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Maybe It Is DNS

There are jokes about how often DNS is a problem. There are stickers, shirts, and mugs you can buy. There’s a classic haiku, which leads into a rant about the struggles of sysadmins. I will admit that I know a … Continue reading

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