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 Good practices to avoid SQL injection attacks

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Doru Apostolescu
Posted: 12/10/2003, 10:02 AM

What are the main procedures to code an web application to avoid those nasty
and easy to do SQL injections attacks ?

Where the data validation should occur, at the aplication/form level, or at
the database level ?

What type of validation and attack detection can be implemented in
CodeCharge Studio?

What is your experience with this type of attack against your applications ?
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Doru APOSTOLESCU
CNTA, CW2KA
TEHNOPLUS srl





DonB
Posted: 12/10/2003, 12:13 PM

Here's a good article I bookmarked awhile back.

http://www.devarticles.com/c/a/MySQL/SQL_Injection_Attacks_Are_You_Safe/


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"Doru Apostolescu" <dfa.nospam@tehnoplus.com> wrote in message
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> What are the main procedures to code an web application to avoid those
nasty
> and easy to do SQL injections attacks ?
>
> Where the data validation should occur, at the aplication/form level, or
at
> the database level ?
>
> What type of validation and attack detection can be implemented in
> CodeCharge Studio?
>
> What is your experience with this type of attack against your applications
?
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>
>
>
> Doru APOSTOLESCU
> CNTA, CW2KA
> TEHNOPLUS srl
>
>
>
>
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