Its been a busy few weeks for me and I haven’t had as much time to catch up on my reading as I’d have liked. This is the list of things that I have been / trying to read. Software Development at Microsoft Observed Microsoft Research paper on developers� typical tools and work habits and […]
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How Common Are SQL Injection Vulnerabilities?
Michael Sutton has run a test to see how many websites have SQL injection issues and finds that 11% of the websites he tests are potentially vulnerable. The article is well written in that he discusses the methods used to select urls for testing, the change he uses to attempt a non-destructive SQL injection, and […]
Moving Reporting Services 2005 using RSConfig
Moving Reporting Services 2005 database from one SQL Server Instance to another The development environment I’m currently working in uses two servers. IIS with Reporting Services 2005 on box1, and SQL Server 2005 on box2. For whatever reason, I was unable to get Reporting Services to install correctly on box1 with box2 as the SQL […]