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From: H C (keydet89YAHOO.COM)
Date: Sun May 06 2001 - 07:21:26 CDT
> Yes, run them over a VPN. If you leave database port
> open to the
> Internet, you are just asking for trouble.
Particularly if it's SQL. There is a nasty little
tool out there called sqlexec.exe that allows someone
to connect to an SQL Server system and execute
commands. By default, the tool uses a blank sa
password, but the source code is available...adding a
brute force routine, or an arg for a password
discovered by a bf tool is trivial...
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