Are you saying that you have SQL server running on a machine that is available to the internet?
That the database is being directly attacked?
Yes this is...I hired a hosting company.
SQL server tends to listen for connections on port 1433. If this is the case can you put a firewall block on this port number.
This is Good Idea, I'll try this and write down the result soon.
Also within sqlserver you can change the permission on the database.
Yes, I've just changed, these permission, just watching if it work..
Not sure I understand "sequal server agent is disabled". To what are you referring?
[B]sequal server agent = sql server agent (which takes the jobs of deleting data, taking backups after a perticular time.)
I'll keep posting if problem presist, Thanks a ton Philip!! for your help!![/B]:)