• Subject: Re: Limiting SQL Access
  • From: John Earl <johnearl@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 28 Nov 2000 23:21:12 -0800
  • Organization: The PowerTech Group


MacWheel99@aol.com wrote:

> You can setup your library list so that in front of the library with the IBM
> command "STRSQL" or any other IBM command for that matter, is your own
> command with the identical name ... it does in fact run the IBM command, but
> before doing so, it does something that you want done, such as verification
> that the user meets some authority standards that you not want to put in
> using standard security techniques.

I've seen suggestions like this before, but personally fell that they are
ineffective against all but the least sophisticated users.  A simple "
QSYS/STRSQL " will bypass any security restrictions that you attach to your new
"STRSQL" command that is higher in the library list.


John Earl                    johnearl@400security.com
The PowerTech Group      --> new number --> 253-872-7788
PowerLock Network Security   www.400security.com

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