You're hired to fix a small bug for a security-intensive site. Looking at the code, it's filled with security holes. What do you do?
I've been hired by someone to do some small work on a site. It's a site for a large company. It contains very sensitive data, so security is very important. Upon analyzing the code, I've noticed it's ...
A chap I'm bidding to do some development for has a social network he wrote himself. Not the next facebook by any stretch. But a few thousand local users. I went to have a look at it to see what ...
All I have seen on SQL injection attacks seems to suggest that parametrized queries, particularly ones in stored procedures, are the only way to protect against such attacks. While I was working (back ...
I've been asked to audit a PHP application. No framework, no router, no model. Pure PHP. Few shared functions. HTML, CSS, and JS all mixed together. I've discovered numerous places where SQL injection ...
One of things that annoys me about SQL is that it can't think in terms of objects and it's lack of encapsulation makes me constantly have to escape commands to prevent injections. I want a database ...
I recently finished a practicum for which I desperately need a recommendation from. However when I was working on the code for the public face web-portal I noticed many sql injection possibilities ...
I've written a database model class in PHP and have written a controller class that specifically validates the data before sending it to db. I'm getting criticism that I should handle the data in ...
I am learning Database connection from MySQL Connector/Python Developer Guide. This is the code I am using to insert data: conn = mysql.connector.connect(user="user", password="password", ...
I'm running Coldfusion 8 and SQL server 2008. I've been building serveral forms that insert data into the database from external users, we have a custom built security module built by the guy who ...
I thought Doctrine 2 DBAL prepared statements were safe from SQLi. But I found this confusing bit in the docs: By default the Doctrine DBAL does no escaping. Escaping is a very tricky business ...