Looking to check the resiliency of your Microsoft SQL Server systems? You may very well find that you don’t have to look much further than weak/blank passwords to gain full access. I’ve come across a few vulnerable SQL Server systems via manual analysis. However, I couldn’t live without a small set of SQL Server password cracking tools that you should check out as well.
Here’s a piece I wrote that can help you get started:
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