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SQL Injection is hard to track from SQL Server side. Instead of looking at sql server, you should look at your web server IIS logs. Use Log Parser to parse your IIS Logs to track down the source of sql injection. e.g. logparser.exe -i:iisw3c -o:Datagrid -rtp:100 “select date, time, c-ip, cs-uri-stem, cs-uri-query, time-taken, sc-status from ...


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Do you want to remove the anon users? You can just use DROP USER to remove them. They shouldn't have any special privileges, as stated in the MySQL Docs and should not be a major problem as they're only in the localhost. If, even removing, you still can login or something, check out this other question.



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