Key Features

Security Analysis and Reporting

bullet Effective Rights Analysis – analysis of users’ effective rights shows you how and where each right is granted, making it easy to pinpoint exactly what changes need to be made in order to close security holes.
bullet Database Roles Permissions – view sub-roles, role members, assigned and effective permissions.
bullet SQL Server Files, Directories, and Registry Settings – browse and analyze all files, directories and registry settings associated with SQL Server and determine ownership as well as explicit and inherited security rights.
bullet Services – Show details of services such as logon and configuration. 
bullet SQL Server Surface Area and Protocols – disables unused components to reduce exploit risks. 
bullet OS Security Analysis – assess the OS setup to identify issues that would compromise SQL Server security. 
bullet Powerful User Analysis – analyze membership to powerful server roles and groups such as administrators, system administrators and security administrators so you can ensure this level of access is warranted. 
bullet Security Scorecard – lists potential security concerns on your SQL Servers such as cross database chaining and gives you the ability to drill down to view the full details. 
bullet Detection of Unresolved Windows accounts – SQLsecure shows you all logins on the target server, as well as any unresolved Windows accounts or groups. 
bullet Server Security Properties – show all security related properties for servers including: version and patch level, authentication mode, audit mode, proxy account, and cross database chaining. 
bullet Comprehensive Security Model Version History and Baselining – the SQLsecure Repository keeps a complete history of SQL Server security settings, providing the ability to designate a baseline to compare against future snapshots to detect changes. This also provides a valuable audit trail for forensic analysis.
bullet Powerful Reporting – use built-in standard reports for security auditing and compliance; plus, produce custom reports or perform custom analysis via the data stored on the SQLsecure repository. Data can also be exported to Excel. 
bullet Cross-server Reporting – provides the ability to show security state from a global view (e.g. all instances with guest accounts enabled).

Enterprise Management Features

bullet Central Console for Analysis and Auditing – provides an easy-to-use single point of control to manage the creation of collection rules and policies, view risks and assessment, monitor collection history, analyze user access rights and more.
bullet Configurable Data Collection – define exactly what SQL Server security information you want to gather and when. Gathers from SQL Server, OS, File System, Registry and AD.
bullet Central Repository of Security Information – all data collected by SQLsecure is stored in a central repository for easy reporting and forensic analysis. .


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