I’m working in a SQL Server 2016 database that is not of my design nor can I fundamentally change the security structure. I know it is likely trash/worst practice but I have to play the hand I am dealt at the moment. I’m trying to restrict access to a schema to only members of a role, but everyone seems to have db_datareader membership. Here are the details:
I have several Linux servers and on them may be one or more Db2 instances. Db2 instances can be from different Db2 versions.
In Db2 v11.5.7 on Linux I have simple table:
One of the best protections against ransomware is to back up all of your database files to a completely separate system. Which we have done.
We’ve recently signed up to use MariaDB’s SkySQL package, however are new to the use of SSL Certificate Chains when connecting (having only really used SSH tunnels in the past).
What is the best method of securing a REST Web API with the following requirements. The system has an Angular JS frontend with the REST APIs implemented in ASP.net.
I have an application that have four modules in the front end, I’m trying to use as much as possible AngularJs in the front end I’m using an empty website asp.net project to host all the files and the REST serviceStack, my project have kind of the following structure:
When I visit https://184.108.40.206, any web browser I use considers the URL to be secure.
I have a mapped network drive, on which I store some programs, one of which I’ve put in my startup folder.