Fight against SQL injection attacks
Defend your sites against a common exploit
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Date archived: April 22, 2019 | First published: February 04, 2014
In the world of security exploits, one vulnerability, although easily resolved, is number one on the OWASP top 10: the Structured Query Language (SQL) injection attack. Although this class has existed since 1995, it remains one of the most prevalent attacks on web assets. Get to know the SQL injection attack and discover how it's carried out on a production website Then learn how to test a website for this class of vulnerability by using IBM® Security AppScan® Standard.
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