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Decryption
SQL Server 2005
SQL stored procedures
Stored Procedures
When we write store procedure it is encrypt by --with encrypt tag means it will locked it doesn't show sp so how it will be DECRYPT?

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ASKED: June 4, 2011  4:39 AM
UPDATED: June 10, 2011  3:24 PM

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The SQL Server engine has the keys needed to decrypt the procedure so that it can run the code within the procedure, is just won’t show it to you. If you need to decrypt procedures which have been encrypted within your database just google for “SQL Server decrypt stored procedure” and you’ll get a bunch of applications which can log into your SQL Server and decrypt the stored procedures in just a few seconds. The keys to decrypt the stored procedures were cracked log ago and haven’t been changed so it’s pretty easy to decrypt them.

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