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 Database Security Tutorial

Covers a lot of ground. Does not really dig into any topic very deeply but talks about pretty much everything.

"Exposing a database directly to the public might earn you a call from the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Databases. A public database server is normally an internal server, accessed only by other servers and clients behind the firewall. In this article, we'll look at examples of the most common database users: web servers and database administrators. We'll also show how to insert multiple layers of protection between the sensitive database server and the harsh weather of the public Internet."
Database Security Explained

 (Submitted by Noel Fri Aug 12, 2005 )

  


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