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Unmasking Dynamic Data Masking via Powershell

Jana Sattainathan needs to see all the details:

Today, I had to unmask all the columns I had helped mask using Dynamic Data Masking. This simple post assumes that you are a privileged user with the ability to drop “Column Masking”!

In other words, this isn’t exploiting the mechanics of Dynamic Data Masking to view data you shouldn’t be able to; it’s about removing Dynamic Data Masking from columns with it enabled.

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