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SQL injections represent a code injection technique used to attack applications and the data they hold. They are mostly known as a website attack vector, but they can be used to attack any SQL database.
To make an SQL Injection attack, an attacker must first find vulnerable user inputs within the web page or application. When the attacker creates input content and sends it, malicious SQL commands are executed in the database. This way an attacker can gain complete control over the affected database.
SQL injections have been around for quite some time and most of them are automated.
SQL Injection prevention is quite easy to achieve, so it’s somewhat shameful that there are so many successful SQL Injection attacks occurring.
Input validation and parameterized queries, including prepared statements, are the only sure way to prevent SQL Injection attacks.
All inputs have to be sanitized, not only web form inputs such as login forms. It’s good practice to turn off the visibility of database errors on production sites. Database errors can be leveraged with SQL Injections to gain information about your database.
Another easy way to detect and prevent SQL Injections is to use an automated SQL Injection scanner.
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