Subject Re: [firebird-support] How to use windows trusted authentication
Author Dean Harding
Guido Klapperich wrote:
> > You shouldn't provide any credentials. Lack of user/password means to
> > use the trusted authentication.
> Perhaps I miss something, but trusted authentication seems to me the
> same as connecting to the database without user and password, so
> everyone can connect to the database. But what about security or what is
> the advantage of trusted authentication?

It uses the *Windows* login that you're currently logged into *Windows*
as. That's who you authenticate as.