SQL Injection: The Longest Running Sequel in Programming History

@inproceedings{Horner2017SQLIT,
  title={SQL Injection: The Longest Running Sequel in Programming History},
  author={Matthew I. Horner and Thomas Hyslip},
  year={2017}
}
One of the risks to a company operating a public-facing website with a Structure Query Language (SQL) database is an attacker exploiting the SQL injection vulnerability. An attacker can cause an SQL database to perform actions that the developer did not intend like revealing, modifying, or deleting sensitive data. This can cause a loss of confidentiality, integrity, and availability of information in a company’s database, and it can lead to severe costs of up to $196,000 per successful… CONTINUE READING

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