Database technology has vastly improved the way we handle vast amounts of data, and almost every modern application utilizes it in one way or another. But the widespread use of databases naturally invites a slew of vulnerabilities and attacks to occur. SQL injection has been around for awhile, and as such, there are many defense methods in place to safeguard against these types of attacks.
Previously: How to Avoid Detection & Bypass Defenses During SQL Injections
User Input Escaping
Often, the first line of defense put in place by developers is user input escaping. We’ve seen how certain… more