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Description of most common database change management approaches.

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[EN] Database change management - Kamil Grzybek

Bazy danych i XML 181 dni, 21 godzin, 6 minut temu kamgrzybek 81 rozwiń

One of the most important things during a penetration test is to gain access to administrator account. If the application (for example webserver) is well configured, it is most often run with limited user rights, only able to run a specific application. When we can get low privileges access to the server using some vulnerability, the next step is to get higher permissions to read important files, continue network exploration etc. To do this, we must use the privilege escalation technique.

[EN] Privilege escalation - Technical Blog - Future Processing — Technical Blog – Future Processing

Inne 319 dni, 22 godziny, 14 minut temu FutureProcessing 17 rozwiń

Odcinek 36. to powrót do baz danych. Ale w innej odsłonie: tym razem poruszamy temat NoSQL. Głównie: Mongo, ale nie tylko. Goszczę Grzegorza Bernasia. To pasjonat przetwarzania danych, a jego celem jest nauka poprzez działania i rozwiązywanie problemów. Swój chłop, co nie? 😉 Znajdziecie go na Twitterze: @profesor79pl.

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DevTalk#36 - O NoSQL z Grzegorzem Bernasiem

Bazy danych i XML 1060 dni, 18 godzin, 29 minut temu rroszczyk 48 rozwiń

Why does it happen? Why do we limit ourselves to relational databases only? Of course, there exists a set of situations in which relational databases are the best tool for the job, but – conversely – there exists a set of situations where relational database is a very inferior tool. Each type of tool has its purpose, limitations, and applications in which the tool will be the best. The important thing is not to look at the application from the point of view of a database only. We need to look at the ap...

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[EN] Persistent Poliglocy Paradox | Future Processing

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Rules of data conversion from document to relational databases This article is hypothetical divagation how to determine and use a set of rules to create relational schema based on MongoDB data. Using only step by step analysis without creating relational model from the very beginning, rules that emerge from that understanding should be simple.1. Quick Introduction to Data Model in Mongo DB1.1. Basic Concepts Table presents the various SQL terminology and concepts as well as the corresponding Mo...

Tagi: Databases, NoSQL
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[EN] Rules of data conversion from document to relational databases | Technical blog

Bazy danych i XML 1797 dni, 16 godzin, 14 minut temu FutureProcessing 65 rozwiń

Selected Aspects of Document Synchronization in Distributed Systems Two of the projects in which I have participated recently, were distributed systems based on the document replication. Each of them was slightly different, which affected the solutions. In this article I’m going to present briefly the main assumptions and requirements for each of the projects, as well as the implemented solutions. I’m also going to mention a few important problems that we had to deal with.General description of ...

[EN] Selected Aspects of File Synchronization in Distributed Systems | Technical blog

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