Published On - 02 Feb 2022

Prevent SQL Injection Attacks on Your Web Server

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Structured Query Language (SQL) is a query programming language used for relational database management. But SQL is also prone to many cybersecurity breaches. These attacks often happen due to system vulnerabilities and poor security measures. SQL Injection is also one of the major attacks that can steal your data or damage it to a significant…

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Published On - 30 Jul 2021

Steps to Restore SQL Database on Existing Database in SQL Server

Backup Recovery

SQL Server databases are vulnerable to corruption or damage or issues like Server crash, downtime due to maintenance, or other reasons. Since many business enterprises rely on the Microsoft SQL Server for data storage and records in bulk containing confidential and operational information associated with the organization, it is vital for businesses to practice regular,…

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Updated On - 28 Apr 2022

Ways to Open and View MS SQL BAK Files

Backup Recovery

Backup files can be a savior when the original database gets affected badly due to corruption or other issues. For Microsoft SQL Server as well, administrators can backup SQL Server database using Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio to the desired drive location. Sometimes SQL administrators or users get SQL BAK files from external sources, and…

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Updated On - 21 Dec 2021

Ways to fix ‘SQL Backup Detected Corruption in the Database Log’ Error?

Backup Recovery

An SQL administrator has to take database backup owing to different reasons. Some examples are – need of urgent database backup, relocation of server, network maintenance etc. Here, our focus in this blog is the error ‘SQL Backup Detected Corruption in the Database Log.’ While taking the backup of SQL database, there is no error,…

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Updated On - 31 Jan 2022

Restore SQL Database From Backup Manually

Backup Recovery

The SQL Server in any organization faces a lot of issues due to database connection errors, database copy issues, abrupt termination, transient errors, malicious malware, etc. In such cases, users often lose their SQL data, and they need to go through a long process to restore the databases. However, the most reliable and easiest option…

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