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  • How does the BRICKServer® 2 protect my database against SQL injection exploits or buffer overflow attacks?

    Since the database does not reside on the BRICKServer® 2, it cannot be directly protected against these attacks. However, the BRICKServer® 2 is a trusted front end to your database, and cannot be leveraged to gain access to your database. We recommend using good scripting rules and keeping your database software up-to-date.

    Created on 12/16/2012 in SAGE First FAQs

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  • Secure Remote Administration
  • Process-Based Built-in Security Policy
  • Worry-free maintenance
  • Hardened Operating System
  • Supports SSL, SSI, PHP, PERL PYTHON, & TCL
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