|Title:||Microsoft's SQL Server Brute Force|
|Summary:||The MSSQL Server has a common password for one or more accounts.; These accounts may be used to gain access to the records in the database or even allow; remote command execution.|
The MSSQL Server has a common password for one or more accounts.
These accounts may be used to gain access to the records in the database or even allow
remote command execution.
If you want to use additional passwords for the 'sa' and 'admin' accounts
you need to disable safe_checks().
An attacker can use these accounts to read and/or
modify data on your MSSQL server. In addition, the attacker may be able to launch programs on the
target Operating system
Please set a difficult to guess password for these accounts.
|Copyright||This script is Copyright (C) 2001 H D Moore|
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