|Subject||RE: [firebird-support] firebird db password: does it work?|
> Hi,This bit I'm suspicious of - I can't do this unless the password in correct.
> I have a machine installed firebird services. I created a database
> using the command:
> CREATE DATABASE 'DEVSVR:d:\mydb.fdb'
> USER 'SYSDBA' PASSWORD 'ABC123456'
> PAGE_SIZE 16384
> DEFAULT CHARACTER SET UNICODE_FSS;
Can you check this again?
> In gsec I can only connect to it by password "masterkey", instead of
> mydb.fdb password "ABC123456".
> gsec -user sysdba -password masterkey d:\mydb.fdb -->pass
> gsec -user sysdba -password ABC123456 d:\mydb.fdb -->fail
> I believe gsec is connecting in superserver mode, while the sameembedded connections bypass all security by design. security is totally left
> problem happens for embedded mode.
to you an the OS in this mode.
> But on a machine *without* firebird service, when connecting tocorrect because security is bypassed in embedded.
> mydb.fdb in embedded mode, and the password of 'ABC123456' works.
> Since on superserver, the database password 'ABC123456' is bypassed,
> is this a security glitch?