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DeMISTIfying Infosec: SQL Injection

SQL Injection

SQL injection (SQLi) is an attack technique in which a malicious SQL query is added to the user input, permitting an attacker to change the programming code and expose the back end of a database. An attacker exploits a software vulnerability, which allows him/her to send commands via a web server linked to a SQL database, to extract or manipulate data, embed malicious code, or access sensitive data.


April 28, 2008: SQL injection attacks

Ryan Sherstobitoff, chief corporate evangelist at Panda Security, discusses the recent SQL injection attack, which now affects hundreds of thousands of web sites worldwide.
Defending the database

Defending the database

Many experts say SQL injection, compliance and insider threats are the top database security topics, reports Frank Washkuch.
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