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New Techniques Obfuscate, Optimize SQL Injection Attacks
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7/9/2013 | 3:43:05 PM
re: New Techniques Obfuscate, Optimize SQL Injection Attacks
learn advanced exploitation techniques in SQL Injection as well as lesser known flaws such as LDAP, XPATH, XXE etc in 2 days hands on course at Black Hat:

https://www.blackhat.com/us-13...
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7/30/2013 | 5:03:48 PM
re: New Techniques Obfuscate, Optimize SQL Injection Attacks
Any web application that utilizes raw SQL should be taken out behind the shed and shot! There is a reason why there are stored procedures in every SQL database worthy of the name, and why one NEVER uses input data to help build an SQL query - you ALWAYS use bind variables and validate the input. This is likely not 100% effective, but it would be as close to it as you can probably get.


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