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Six Steps to Stop SQL Injections

Six Steps to Stop SQL Injections

Six Steps to Stop SQL Injections

Never Trust Input

Coders get themselves in trouble with injection attacks when they fail to validate user input.

According to IBM ISS X-Force findings, SQL injections last year became the most common Web-based attack technique. Hackers are successful with these attacks largely due to poor coding practices. The following are six ways organizations can start to mitigate the risk from SQL injections.
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