Automated testing for SQL injection vulnerabilities: an input mutation approach

  title={Automated testing for SQL injection vulnerabilities: an input mutation approach},
  author={Dennis Appelt and Duy Cu Nguyen and Lionel C. Briand and Nadia Alshahwan},
Web services are increasingly adopted in various domains, from finance and e-government to social media. As they are built on top of the web technologies, they suffer also an unprecedented amount of attacks and exploitations like the Web. Among the attacks, those that target SQL injection vulnerabilities have consistently been top-ranked for the last years. Testing to detect such vulnerabilities before making web services public is crucial. We present in this paper an automated testing approach… CONTINUE READING
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