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Re: [SPAM] Re: [SPAM] Re: [Full-Disclosure] Spybot and SQL

From: Jacek Barcikowski (m.escowp.pl)
Date: Fri Feb 11 2005 - 16:04:17 CST


Matthew Farrenkopf wrote:
> Jacek,
>
>
>>>(The MSDE engine was installed on two machines for an application
>
> we
>
>>>use, and the engine is used only locally by the application. The
>>>thought never crossed my mind that the engine was misconfigured
>
> with a
>
>>>blank sa password, but on analysis it looks like that's how the
>>>application communicates with the database. There's no option to
>
> add a
>
>>>password in the application, so I blocked port 1433 to the outside
>>>world. Problem solved until we can talk to the vendor.)
>>
>><off_topic>
>>Before the installation you can set up a setup.ini file with
>>DISABLENETWORKPROTOCOLS=1 configuration option in it. MSDE will not
>>listen to any port, therefore cannot be accessed from the net.
>></off_topic>
>>
>>Best reagards,
>>m.esco
>
>
> Regrettably, this is an automated installation system. It's not like I
> was able to install MSDE first myself, then install the application. It
> was all done at once.
>
> Is there any way to disable it after installation? (I haven't had a
> chance to RTFineM, but will go do that as well.) Right now, I'm
> protecting ports with IPSec rules.

You can run svrnetcn.exe from command line and then disable TCP/IP from
enabled protocols list.

Here is also a great article about MSDE configuration:

http://www.codeproject.com/database/ConfigureMSDE.asp

Best regards,
Jacek Barcikowski

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