I'm testing an oracle based application and I've found the following code: Query = "SELECT name FROM employees WHERE id='"+PKID+"';" i.e. the query string contains quotes around the PKID value which ...
I am new to databases and security. I am planning to put up a website. I've read that sql-injection vulnerabilities can be very dangerous since the server might leak user passwords and ...
I have heard one said you do not want to use Dynamic SQL. Can you give some concrete example or real-life example? Personally, I code it a few times in my database. I think it is OK because it's ...
I'm on MySQL 5.5.21, and trying to insert the '\xF0\x9F\x98\x8A' smiley face character. But for the life of me, I can't figure out how to do it. According to various forums which I've been reading, ...
Possible Duplicate: Do stored procedures prevent SQL injection? I'm curious about some database security techniques I've been learning in class recently. Namely, I have implemented a SQL ...
I see code from developers using implicit date conversion. I would like a definitive answer to why they should not do this. SELECT * from dba_objects WHERE Created >= '06-MAR-2012';
Want to use regular expression to execute UPDATE and SELECT query. I want to make regular expression to detect injection attack crack Please suggest.
Does putting single quotation marks around numeric constants really protect from SQL injection in MySQL?
The manual seems to suggest that using quotes around numbers is sufficient to protect from SQL injection. According to section 5.3.1. General Security Guidelines of the MySQL 5.1 Reference Manual: ...
Let us review this dba.exchange Oracle question for SQL-Server. This is SaUce's code, after a little formatting: CREATE PROCEDURE GetCustomer @FirstN nvarchar(20) = NULL, @LastN ...
Is it true that stored procedures prevent SQL injection attacks against PostgreSQL databases? I did a little research and found out that SQL Server, Oracle and MySQL are not safe against SQL injection ...