I started this series with the post titled: Little Bobby Tables, SQL Injection and EXECUTE AS. I then moved to discussing some of the differences
I've always been concerned with security and I've always stressed the importance of auditing the REAL user context not just the current user (see this
DDL Triggers were a new feature of SQL Server 2005 and while seemingly simple, they are very powerful. DDL Triggers allow you to trap an
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