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Free SQL Worm Scan from Sunbelt

Free SQL Worm Scan from Sunbelt

By ServerWatch Staff (Send Email)
Posted Jun 5, 2002


Christopher Rice

          Think that your SQL servers are safe?

Think that your SQL servers are safe? How many test servers do you have where the sa password is nothing? Probably a few, right? Well, they are vulnerable. I found this link from an e-mail that I got: http://www.sunbelt-software.com/product.cfm?id=690

           How many test servers do you have where the sa password is nothing?  Probably a few, right?  Well, they are vulnerable.  I found this link from an e-mail that I got:

http://www.sunbelt-software.com/product.cfm?id=690

          These guys are  a "best-of-breed" shop, so you know that the tool is good.

          Let me know how many of your servers were open to hackers....I bet you'll be surprised. 

          The problem is usually port vulnerability.  It seems that every port in the server world is now hackable....

Shoot me a line with any other free scanners.

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