Securing SQL Server

    April 30, 2003

In late January, a worm called SQL Slammer shut down a Bank of America ATM network, Continental Airlines’ online ticketing system, and an emergency call center in Seattle as well as cutting off Internet access for millions of PC users worldwide.

Slammer also revealed a hidden problem in the SQL Server community: Many customers aren’t promptly applying service packs and hotfixes.

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