DSN-less security

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  1. #1
    GM Guest

    Default DSN-less security

    Now, I&#039m aware that DSN-less database connections offer significant improvement in performance, but I have been unable to learn anything of it&#039s security.<BR><BR>A few exploits allowing the viewing of pre-interpreted ASP code have already been fixed, but I&#039m guessing there are a few more un-discovered / un-documented.<BR><BR>Is it safe to use a dsn-less connection to access a database containing sensitive information (customer accounts, etc.) if the potential exist for the code to be viewed (resulting in location of database, password, etc.)?

  2. #2
    rajib Guest

    Default RE: DSN-less security

    no its not secured

  3. #3
    GM Guest

    Default RE: DSN-less security

    I&#039ll stick with DSN then. Thank you for the reply.

  4. #4
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    Default RE: DSN-less security

    I suggest that you filter the database ports if you use DSNless.

  5. #5
    angelo Guest

    Default RE: DSN-less security

    how do you do that?

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