Monthly Archives: September 2011

SQL Saturday #94 Salt Lake City – “Community”

A mix of hospitality, camaraderie, and FREE SQL goodness all were the ingredients to this SQL Saturday. Bolstered by the half dozen or so Colorado speakers this event was held in the small suburb of South Jordan at Neumont University. Presentations offered were SQL security, SSIS, SSAS, and more. A bonus for me was the… Read More »

Wash Your Filthy Forms

So I recently inherited some additional sites to manage. Unfortunately some of them were running Classic ASP via IIS5 with a back-end Access (aaargh!) database. Still, I really wasn’t too concerned about anything other than the age of the server and software. After searching Secunia there’s only one known vulnerability (hack to bypass logging). But,… Read More »