Using parse tree validation to prevent SQL injection attacks

@inproceedings{Buehrer2005UsingPT,
  title={Using parse tree validation to prevent SQL injection attacks},
  author={Gregory Buehrer and Bruce W. Weide and Paolo A. G. Sivilotti},
  booktitle={SEM},
  year={2005}
}
An SQL injection attack targets interactive web applications that employ database services. Such applications accept user input, such as form fields, and then include this input in database requests, typically SQL statements. In SQL injection, the attacker provides user input that results in a different database request than was intended by the application programmer. That is, the interpretation of the user input as part of a larger SQL statement, results in an SQL statement of a different form… CONTINUE READING
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