MS SQL Server Audit Event: 24273

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SQL » 24273: Issued use service broker transport security command

24273: Issued use service broker transport security command

Service broker facilitates messaging and queuing functions between services hosted on different SQL server instances. It aids in communication by relying on certificates, even if the two instances are running on different computers, that have no other trust relationship or are not even on the same network at the same time. Event 24273 occurs when a command to use service broker transport security to log in to the SQL server has been issued. It is generated by the BROKER_LOGIN_GROUP action group. Important information can be derived from this event including the:

  • Date and time at which the event occurred.
  • Session identifier of the event.
  • Privileged user who performed the action.
  • Server and database associated with the event.
  • ID, name, and type of the target object (in this case, the SQL server login).