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Tag Archives: Database Security
It may be the health records or your credit card details; everything is stored in the form of database today. Database is similar to a goldmine for hackers. The main purpose behind any cyber-attack is simply getting an access to a database server.
This indicates that the security of the database servers needs to be strengthened and that completely depends on network security, operating system hardening and physical security. It continues to be a big list but it’s important to learn how to secure your database server first –
Having already had to do with SQL injection, it is something very disturbing … GreenSQL is a free GPL licensed solution to protect your MySQL databases from attacks such as “SQL Injection”, “Cross-Site Scripting” and “Cross-Site Request Forgeries.”
GreenSQL works as a proxy for SQL queries on MySQL databases. Note: that it is expected to operate also on the PostgreSQL database using the roadmap. You can also find the post that talks with the title: GreenSQL for PostgreSQL