Allowing users to access only the data they are authorized to access.

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Set permissions on all objects for SQL users

I have a procedure that loops through all objects in the database and assigns them proper permissions to that object. I want to know if there is a better way to do this? I use a model database to ...
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Is someone trying to hack into my SQL Server Database?

I was asked by a friend, who isn't technical at all, to help her with her application. I thought I would just being doing a little C# development and some SQL queries. Turns out it has been a lot ...
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Map a Login to a User that was Created Without Mapping to a Login

This question has been asked before, but I didn't see any answer (http://stackoverflow.com/questions/6468813/assign-a-login-to-a-user-created-without-login-sql-server) How does one map a login to a ...
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SQL Server Login to access tables of three different database from single database

I have created a login in SQL Server 2008 R2 and given access to run stored procedures in that database only. But this stored procedure is actually accessing data from other two databases to which ...
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oracle database login information

In a database there is a username called u1, someone tried to access u1 but due to wrong password it got locked. How to find who did this suspicious activity.
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Create USER and LOGIN permissions

What permission should I give to a user or role so that it can Create Login or Create User in database.
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Secure postgresql database encryption

According to this answer, it's not possible to have a fully secure database encryption with pgcrypto. Now, 2 years later (in postgresql 9.3) is there any new extension or new method to have a ...
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How can I create an ad-hoc domain user on SQL Server

Okay, so here's the problem. I have an application I need to install and run locally for testing and debugging. The application has been designed to run on a domain and as such expects to log into the ...
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Securely remove columns (and traces thereof) from a SQL database

I've come upon a database that has previously held sensitive data (think "passwords/credit-card-numbers" kind of sensitive) in plain text. All of the sensitive data in question has been deleted, but ...
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Where should I look for details about 'access denied' errors?

This question derives from Deploying a new database on a new server, an msbuild ssdt rookie issue. Since I have a permission denied error, I expect to find which user is failing to access so I can ...
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How to properly secure MySQL database?

We have a web application based on the famous triad apache + php + mysql which we sell to our customers and gets installed on their servers. Currently, we are using MySQL 5.1.41 which has only a ...
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Can't grant role permissions under sysadmin login

I'm trying to execute this script from Management Studio: GRANT ALTER ON ROLE::[AdaptTemplate] TO [AdaptAdmin] AS [AdminSapr] Execution fails with this message: Msg 15151, Level 16, State 1, ...
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Using multiple Active Directory accounts to connect to SQL Server

I have web applications (Classic ASP and .NET) that connect to SQL Server using SQL authentication. Each one has their own login. I want to convert these to Windows Authentication. The new AD users (1 ...
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MS SQL Linked Server Security failing using current security context

I have 2 instances of SQL 2008 64 bit (ver 10.0.4000) running on a windows 2008 64 bit server db03 and db03\ins2. The ins2 has a linked server connecting to db03 that was setup by replication. I have ...
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How to restrict access to current user record and its rights in postgres

Postgres 9 database contains additional information about postgres users: create table public.user ( user char(10) primary key, -- CURRENT_USER in postgres name char(30) ); and user roles; ...
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encrypt data without performance issues?

I've googled around for the last 45 minutes or so and it seems like that I can't figure out what kind of options I got when it comes up to encryption in databases. Problem: I got a SaaS product and ...
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Sql Server Agent is part of the sysadmin role even tough Sql Server says it's not

I created a Windows account with no extra rights other than domain user and set it as the SQL Server Agent service account with the SQL Server Configuration Manager. The BoL/MSDN says that this user ...
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What permissions do I need to grant on service accounts on SQL root path when relocating?

During a Win2012 with SQL Server 2012 two-node cluster installation, I accidentally set the system root to be the mount point volume hosting folders for the various attached LUNs for the system and ...
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Difference in architecture between SQL Server 2005 and SQL Server 2012 [closed]

I've been asked to identify the architecture differences between Microsoft SQL Server 2005 and 2012. I've been pointed out to http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb545450.aspx but I haven't ...
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How do I keep a database physically secure? [closed]

This is more of a conceptual question. I am learning how to integrate Java and databases (using PostgreSQL at the moment) and my initial questions is: What are the guarantees that the data I ...
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Why/when does creating a mysql trigger require SUPER privileges?

I'm attempting to parse and understand what the MySQL doc says about when SUPER privileges are required for creating triggers. They say: If binary logging is enabled, CREATE TRIGGER might require ...
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Wildcard subnet mask for IPv6

To allow any host to connect to PostgreSQL we can use the IPv4 wildcard subnet mask: 0.0.0.0/0 I need this to setup my PostgreSQL's pg_hba.conf file correctly. What is the IPv6 equivalent?
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How dangerous is it to have a user's password in plaintext in a cgi script?

I am setting up a MySQL database and am providing a web interface for it. Now, the DB is extremely simple and the interface just runs certain SELECT statements. I have created a user for my script to ...
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How to check Oracle database connection encryption type

How to check the Oracle database connection encryption type?(between Oracle database and other client applications)How do I assure between Oracle database and Toad the database connection is ...
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Questions since MySQL Startup

Have a weird question / (bug?) here. Using PHP My Admin I installed via apt-get on Ubuntu 13.10 Versions are as follows: Server version: 5.5.35-0ubuntu0.13.10.2 - (Ubuntu) Apache/2.4.6 (Ubuntu) ...
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security tools for mysql [closed]

We are using MySQL Community version on Windows and are trying to secure it as best we can. Assuming that changing the version (for example purchasing the Enterprise edition) is not possible in our ...
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Multi tenancy by schema - Deny access to another tenants [closed]

In a multi tenant environment, where the multiple tenants are in the same database and a schema is used to separate each one of them, how can I create a database user (MS SQL SERVER) for each schema, ...
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Protect SQL Server from hackers

Today, my SQL Server 2008 is attacked by hacker from IP address in China [4300 Login failure in last 7 hours]. I contacted GoDaddy support and below is what they told me. EXEC sp_readerrorlog 0, 1, ...
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Adding the domain account to a security group on the SQL Server computer that has sufficient privileges to log on as a service

After reading this article, http://www.red-gate.com/supportcenter/content/knowledgebase/SQL_Backup/KB200710000173 I have some problems configuring point 2) and 3): 2) Create a SQL Server login that ...
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MySQL on Unix, should administrator accounts join the operating system “mysql” group?

When I install MySQL via Yum, it automatically creates the mysql operating system user and group. Then mysqld executes as mysql (instead of as root), and all the files in the data directory are owned ...
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clusterdb stopped working for PostgreSQL database in Ubuntu 12.04 server

After a fresh PostgreSQL install (version 9.2) on my Ubuntu server 12.04, clusterdb utility stopped working. I used the same config files as I used with version 9.1. Below is the actual command: ...
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Does Microsoft Security Bulletin MS11-049 affect SQL Server 2008 SP3?

The security bulletin does not list SQL Server 2008 SP3 under affected software but it came out prior to that service pack. We are running SP3 but this issue is still showing up on a vulnerability ...
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correct security and user setup for SQL Server database

I am currently on setting a sql server database on a database server. A front end web application running off a web server communicates to the database. What is the best approach for setting up users ...
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System test Database user management

We are in development stage and to be able to give the developers an integration test environment, we need to give them access to the database, they can share and test their code in the system ...
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Exception Details: System.Data.SqlClient.SqlException: Login failed for user

One of our user from another domain WATSON received the following error message: Exception Details: System.Data.SqlClient.SqlException: Login failed for user 'WATSON\User1'. when he is trying to ...
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Login Failed for User

I have written a code in Visual Studio.NET and used data from SQL Server 2008. But after debugging, it says: Login failed for user 'sunny'. When I try to set the user as something else, it keeps ...
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Creating a User to access multiple databases

Is it possible in SQL server to create a User without a Login that can access multiple databases? I am creating a user setting up a service broker queue and the receiver of the message needs to be ...
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SQL Server 2008 R2 recognizes a domain account as a SQL Server account

After migrating from SQL Server 2000 to SQL Server 2008 R2, we have a few domain accounts that appear to the new server as SQL Server accounts. These accounts can SELECT from tables in the database ...
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Oracle DB administrator-specific security features

Yesterday I was presenting an internet banking solution to a potential client management. My offer is based on using MS SQL Server 2008 RDBMS. One of the client's officers mentioned, that Oracle's ...
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User login error when trying to access secured SQL Server database

We have a username that was recently renamed from one username to another (think getting married). The Active Directory admin renamed the user because "it has always worked in the past". One vendor ...
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How to implement an effective ACL/auth in a relational db?

We are looking at implementing an ACL that fulfills the following requirements: Most users have access to an item (access to the item by default), but a few is denied access. Most users do not have ...
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MySQL SSL disabled on Windows

I want to enable an SSL connection to my database. I've created SSL certificates and so on, however SSL remains disabled: mysql> show variables like '%ssl%'; ...
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tsql to find users and database level permissions mapped to a certificate

On SQL 2005 and above, how can I find users and database level permissions mapped to a certificate? Story behing this: I copied a database from SQL 2005 to SQL 2008. It had a certificate inside the ...
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SQL Server DBA new Job [closed]

I'm starting a new job on Monday and I'm wondering what I need to do on day one as a SQL Server DBA in order to understand the SQl environment, documentation and baselining,security,backup and ...
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Auditing AS 400 DB2 library user access

As part of the testing to check for authorized users having access to applications and libraries on AS 400 systems, I need help to figure out a list of users having access to applications hosted on ...
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Auditing the View Server State permissions on Server

We noticed that one of our servers has permissions granted to "all" users for "view server state". I am wondering if there is a way to audit the DMV's used by the user(s) on a regular basis as this ...
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MySql Audit Changes from Db Admin, Security

I know that you can use triggers (before insert, update, delete) to track the changes in history tables. But this only works if the changes are made by the applications. But in some circumstance, ...
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SQL Server Logs > Windows NT > Security [closed]

I don't know how to trace down what is happening on one of our SQL Servers. If I look in the Windows NT > Security section of the SQL Server Logs I see the same three entries repeated every minute. ...
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How do mySQL and web-interface deal with hashed data

I've recently been given access to a mySQL database which will sit behind a website designed to allow people to register their interest in a given subject and provide further information about ...
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Changing the SQL Server service account - any additional considerations?

I have inherited a few instances that are running under LocalSystem. I need to change this to a domain account as we are changing our backup strategy to go to a network share and then to tape and I ...