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SQL Injection

More information about the SQL stored procedure vulnerability

Monday, December 22, 2008

Security Advisory 961040 provides mitigations and workarounds for a newly-public post-authentication heap buffer overrun in SQL Server, MSDE, and SQL Express. This blog post goes into more detail about the attack surface for each affected version and the overall risk from this vulnerability. As listed in the advisory, the following products have the vulnerable code:

New tools to block and eradicate SQL injection

Tuesday, June 24, 2008

The MSRC released an advisory today that discusses the recent SQL injection attacks and announces three new tools to help identify and block these types of vulnerabilities. The advisory discusses the new tools, the purpose of each, and the way each complements the others. The goal of this blog post is to help you identify the best tool to use depending on your role (i.

SQL Injection Attack

Thursday, May 29, 2008

(Special thanks to Neil Carpenter for helping out on this blog post) Recent Trends Beginning late last year, a number of websites were defaced to include malicious HTML <script> tags in text that was stored in a SQL database and used to generate dynamic web pages. These attacks began to accelerate in the first quarter of 2008 and are continuing to affect vulnerable web applications.