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More articles by Don Kiely

Author Bio
Don Kiely, MVP, MSCD, is senior technology consultant specializing in developing secure desktop and Web applications that integrate databases, Microsoft Office, and related technologies, using tools including SQL Server, Visual Basic, ASP.NET and XML. When he isn't writing software, he's writing and about technology, speaking about it at conferences, and training others.
For CoDe Magazine | March 10, 2008
Learn to take advantage of the inner workings of ASP.NET's security model to help eliminate security vulnerabilities from your web applications.
For CoDe Magazine | May 22, 2006
Is running .NET Framework code within SQL Server 2005 exciting or a threat? Which is it? This article explores the security issues of SQLCLR code so that both developers and DBAs can make informed decisions about its use.
For CoDe Magazine | September 29, 2005
Right out of the box, SQL Server 2005 does not install many of its services (such as SQL Server Reporting Services) or does not have features turned on by default (.NET integration), thereby reducing the attack vectors that hackers could use to compromise your data security.
For CoDe Magazine | June 6, 2005
SQL Server contains a wealth of features that you can use in your own stored procedures and applications. This article explores a couple dozen of my favorite system stored procedures, including extended stored procedures and several that are undocumented.
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