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Can MySQL be patched

I just saw a note about a security issue in MySQL so thought that I'd better patch my test server just in case. The MySQL site is not very helpful and a quick google revealed lots of people asking how ...
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Best practices in securing Oracle Standard edition one [closed]

I have a database server with Oracle Standard Edition One. I'm interested what are the best practices to secure Oracle? I have Java web application installed in the same server. The Java application ...
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What privileges does the SQL Azure Migration Wizard need to copy a SQL Azure database?

Currently have 2 users in our SQL Azure subscription. One is the god login created when setting up the server, other is very limited account for our www app (has db_datareader and db_datawriter). The ...
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Setup mySQL in a chroot in Debian Wheezy

Sounds like a simple question, but the documentation is rare about what mySQL needs to run inside a chroot. I think I'm almost there, but I'm running into a permission problem that I can't solve, and ...
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SQL Server xp_cmdshell: account's access changed - how to avoid restarting the service?

A T-SQL script is running an xp_cmdshell call to stop a local service through Powershell's Stop-Service, say, like this: exec xp_cmdshell 'powershell Stop-Service -InputObject (get-Service -Include ...
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Application Role and access second database

I have written a script to create an audit trails to my database in a second one db. So far I had no problems during tests on my dev machine from SQL Server Management Studio. Problems started to ...
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Login failed for a user in a Domain Local Group

I have recently been considering moving from using SQL Logins in my applications, to a model using Windows Authentication using Active Directory groups My intention is to allow users access to ...
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MySQL Identifying Connection Attempt

I'm seeing the following errors repeatedly in the error log file for our production MySQL server: [Warning] Access denied for user 'root'@'remote.appserver.com' (using password: NO) So, I know ...
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User grants and functions in a replicated DB

I manage a MySQL DB with replication enabled (with binary logs). On this DB I have 2 users : one in read/write on the MASTER and one in read-only on the MASTER and the SLAVE. The developer who uses ...
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AES 256 data encryption on Mysql

Is there a way to encrypt the whole data of a mysql DB using the AES 256 symmetric encryption method without encrypting the data manually using AES_ENCRYPT ? This article explains about the same ...
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Oracle data obfuscation on specific columns with set field sizes

Would like to obfuscate data held in Oracle tables, but: Requirements only apply to specific columns e.g. personal data obfuscated value should not be longer then column size possibly only ...
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CHROOT install after I already installed Mysql 5.6

I installed some time ago Mysql 5.6 on Ubuntu server 12.04 and now I'd like to enhance security by putting mysql into a CHROOT environment on that same Ubuntu server. Is this possible without ...
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PostgreSQL, storing encrypted data or encrypt database with pgcrypto - what is more secure? [duplicate]

I have two machines: client and server (a database server). I want to connect from client to server and manipulate data from database (insert, update, delete, select) using dblink. I would like to ...
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Would it make security sense to split up tables into different databases and or servers?

What I am asking is would it be more secure if I had a customer table in one database server and the transactional data in another database server? This way if the database is compromised they are ...
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How to protect MySQL database from widespread data theft and modification if SQL injection is successful?

I am looking into a practical defense in depth strategy which helps to limit the damage if, for some reasons, an attacker succeeds in performing an SQL injection. Supposing the website contains ...
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Handling data access in MS Report Builder 3.0

We have denormalised tables in our reporting database which provides data for creating ad-hoc reports in Report Builder 3.0. What is the best way to model the data access in Report Builder? The ...
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How secure is mongodb with elastic beanstalk and EC2

I have a questions. I run MongoDB on one of instances of EC2 and application on Elastic BeansTalk. I restricted access to DB: only application can access it. DB instance has Elastic IP because it is ...
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Use Oracle Wallet without autologin enabled

Question: is it possible to use the Oracle Wallet without enabling auto login in Wallet manager? Problem I'm facing: When auto login is disabled, the sqlplus call: sqlplus /@orcl fails with: ...
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How to secure SQL database?

I made a little application with a MySQL database. I want to secure my database.I think user name and password is not enough to protect it. Because anyone can access the database by copying database ...
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Is there any way to connect to one server and utilize a linked server using Windows authentication and NTLM?

I currently have SQL Server 2005 (Server A) that has a SSAS 2005 linked server (Server B). The powers that be do not want to enable Kerberos authentication, so I'm stuck with NTLM. The problem is ...
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EXECUTE AS over Linked Servers

I have a front end that logs into the DB as "logInA", and only has permission to "schemaA" stored procs, which use EXECUTE AS "logInB", (I have also tried EXECUTE AS 'DBO'), to handle all the business ...
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Cannot create perlplu function

Running PostgreSQL 9.1.8 on Xubuntu 12.04, installed from the repos. From the shell, I have executed: createlang plperl db_name; createlang plperlu db_name; As the superuser running psql, I have ...
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Database security through stored procedures [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Do stored procedures prevent SQL injection? I'm curious about some database security techniques I've been learning in class recently. Namely, I have implemented a SQL ...
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Why does fn_my_permissions return empty rowset? [closed]

If I run this query: select * From fn_my_permissions(NULL, 'SERVER') This is what I'm getting: entity_name subentity_name permission_name ------------- --------------- ...
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best database for a real estate system [closed]

Which is the best database suits for a real estate system. Considering the storage space, security, crash recoveries, speed etc. There will be around 1000 fields and trillions of rows!!!
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How database administrators can see my requests to SQL Server?

I'm a SQL Server 2008 user. I have access to some tables. I need to request few columns from table as I usually do. But I need to do it once (for example) in 5 seconds and system administrators ...