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SQL Injection: Overview For Beginners
 

 
Full Guide/Overview: visit this link https://cybercoastal.com/ .. for-beginners/

SQL injection is the most common and devastating attack that attackers can use to take control of data-driven web applications and websites. It is a code injection technique that exploits a security vulnerability in a website or applicationís software. SQL injection attacks use a series of malicious SQL (Structured Query Language) queries or statements to directly manipulate any type of SQL database. Applications often use SQL statements to authenticate users, validate roles and access levels, store, obtain information for the application and user, and link to other data sources. SQL injection attacks work when applications do not properly validate input before passing it to a SQL statement.

When attackers use tactics like SQL injection to compromise web applications and sites, the targeted organizations can incur huge losses in terms of money, reputation, and loss of data and functionality.

As an ethical hacker or penetration tester (hereafter, pen tester), you must possess sound knowledge of SQL injection techniques and be able protect against them in diverse ways such as using prepared statements with bind parameters, whitelist input validation, and user-supplied input escaping.....
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halochicken  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x1
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Good article

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yea good sh*t

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 2 months ago '04        #6
eazyvaboy  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x6
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Bruh, we went through this about 6 or 7 years ago. We spent about a month turning all of our queries into parameterized queries. F*cked up things was that most of our applications were only available to employees in our Intranet but we had to do that sh!t anyway.

We tried to get out of it because both our DBMS had a good database extraction layer built in but we had to do that sh!t anyway.

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 2 months ago '21        #7
Keithf87 
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Let's Goooooo!!!

 2 months ago '18        #8
BlaqThum 
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 eazyvaboy said
Bruh, we went through this about 6 or 7 years ago. We spent about a month turning all of our queries into parameterized queries. F*cked up things was that most of our applications were only available to employees in our Intranet but we had to do that sh!t anyway.

We tried to get out of it because both our DBMS had a good database extraction layer built in but we had to do that sh!t anyway.

Iím tryna get in coding Iím fina cop a m1 Mac book for it... I was thinking using code academy to learn but I wanna know whatís the best language to learn if you wanna do some Indy work for Apple... I have no background with this at all but I just be having free time and Iíve read just about every book I wanted to in the past few months so now I wanna learn something to help generate bread as a good side hustle and maybe turn it into some stay at home work.... Is learning to code for Apple products a good idea? And if so why or why not.... What would I recommend learning so in the next two years I could make some bread off that? So far Iíve read that u need to learn c+++ to code for OS not sure what that means but if you can point me in the rite direction bro That be righteous.

 2 months ago '04        #9
eazyvaboy  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x6
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 BlaqThum said
Iím tryna get in coding Iím fina cop a m1 Mac book for it... I was thinking using code academy to learn but I wanna know whatís the best language to learn if you wanna do some Indy work for Apple... I have no background with this at all but I just be having free time and Iíve read just about every book I wanted to in the past few months so now I wanna learn something to help generate bread as a good side hustle and maybe turn it into some stay at home work.... Is learning to code for Apple products a good idea? And if so why or why not.... What would I recommend learning so in the next two years I could make some bread off that? So far Iíve read that u need to learn c+++ to code for OS not sure what that means but if you can point me in the rite direction bro That be righteous.
Swift is Apple's coding language and I think they use Objective-C to maintain they're old legacy sh!t. Full disclosure - I've never programmed in either of those languages nor have I worked on any Apple products. I don't know enough about Apple to know why you would need C++. Not going to try to act like I know stuff I don't. My shop did everything in Java and JavaScript and now I don't develop anymore; I do cyber and run the CI/CD team pushing code packages to our cloud instances. I've read some articles saying that they're iCloud has a Java back end and that Apple has a lot of job postings for Python. Any object-oriented programming language like C++, Java or Python is where I would start. You want to have a good foundation of using classes and objects as well as inheritance, encapsulation, etc.

There are a lot of smart cats on BX that have f*cked with Apple so I am sure they will chime in. Once you get a good foundation, it won't be to hard to learn a different Syntax.

Best of luck to you fam!
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 2 months ago '05        #10
bi0  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x2
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Definitely enjoy running through these

in my test lab.

 2 months ago '18        #11
BlaqThum 
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 eazyvaboy said
Swift is Apple's coding language and I think they use Objective-C to maintain they're old legacy sh!t. Full disclosure - I've never programmed in either of those languages nor have I worked on any Apple products. I don't know enough about Apple to know why you would need C++. Not going to try to act like I know stuff I don't. My shop did everything in Java and JavaScript and now I don't develop anymore; I do cyber and run the CI/CD team pushing code packages to our cloud instances. I've read some articles saying that they're iCloud has a Java back end and that Apple has a lot of job postings for Python. Any object-oriented programming language like C++, Java or Python is where I would start. You want to have a good foundation of using classes and objects as well as inheritance, encapsulation, etc.

There are a lot of smart cats on BX that have f*cked with Apple so I am sure they will chime in. Once you get a good foundation, it won't be to hard to learn a different Syntax.

Best of luck to you fam!
So Java and python is good for a foundational purposes to start?

 2 months ago '04        #12
eazyvaboy  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x6
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 BlaqThum said
So Java and python is good for a foundational purposes to start?
In my opinion, you can't go wrong with Java for getting a good foundation. Once you get a grasp of the basics like variables, conditionals, looping, and some other things etc., you will see that most of that will carry over to all of the other languages.
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 2 months ago '18        #13
BlaqThum 
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 eazyvaboy said
In my opinion, you can't go wrong with Java for getting a good foundation. Once you get a grasp of the basics like variables, conditionals, looping, and some other things etc., you will see that most of that will carry over to all of the other languages.
Java it is preciate the help bro
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 2 months ago '04        #14
ATLDOPEBOI24 
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Need to get back on learning this sh*t, kids being at home messed me up

 2 months ago '20        #15
OrganizedChaos  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x1 OP
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 eazyvaboy said
In my opinion, you can't go wrong with Java for getting a good foundation. Once you get a grasp of the basics like variables, conditionals, looping, and some other things etc., you will see that most of that will carry over to all of the other languages.
1000% agree
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 2 months ago '09        #16
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 eazyvaboy said
In my opinion, you can't go wrong with Java for getting a good foundation. Once you get a grasp of the basics like variables, conditionals, looping, and some other things etc., you will see that most of that will carry over to all of the other languages.
Everything you just said is what I've learned so far in javascript

Now it makes sense when everyone says they're all similar with small differences in Syntax
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 2 months ago '20        #17
OrganizedChaos  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x1 OP
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 wettems35 said
Everything you just said is what I've learned so far in javascript

Now it makes sense when everyone says they're all similar with small differences in Syntax
Yup

 2 months ago '21        #18
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 BlaqThum said
Iím tryna get in coding Iím fina cop a m1 Mac book for it... I was thinking using code academy to learn but I wanna know whatís the best language to learn if you wanna do some Indy work for Apple... I have no background with this at all but I just be having free time and Iíve read just about every book I wanted to in the past few months so now I wanna learn something to help generate bread as a good side hustle and maybe turn it into some stay at home work.... Is learning to code for Apple products a good idea? And if so why or why not.... What would I recommend learning so in the next two years I could make some bread off that? So far Iíve read that u need to learn c+++ to code for OS not sure what that means but if you can point me in the rite direction bro That be righteous.
If you want to develop Apple products you must use XCode with swift or obj C. But before that you should learn programming fundamentals, CS50 from Edís is a good place to start . Learn about data structures, functions, algorithms etc first then languages become easy to pick up as itís just syntax

That being said, most sites these days are not susceptible to sql injection hacks with most Wordpress sites on php8+ Youíd have to dig real hard to find a site this attack will work on
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