Whitepaper - Blind SQL injection: are your web applications vulnerable?

Tuesday, 23 September 2008, 1:26 PM EST

Learn the techniques that can be used to take advantage of a Web application that is vulnerable to Blind SQL Injection, and to make clear the correct mechanisms that should be put in place to protect against Blind SQL Injection and similar input validation problems.

SQL injection occurs when an application does not properly validate user-supplied input and then includes that input as part of a SQL statement. SQL injection largely depends on an attacker discovering and verifying portions of the original SQL query, using information from error messages. However, web applications can still be vulnerable to blind SQL injection attacks even with no error messages or when they only reveal generic information.

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