SQL Server worm on the prowl

By Bill Graziano on 25 November 2001 | 2 Comments | Tags: Hot Fixes


ZDNet is reporting that worm is targeting SQL Server installations with blank sa passwords. If you have a SQL Server box that is exposed to the Internet please make sure it has an sa password.

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