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SQL injection attack basics explained

CNET Executive Editor Tom Merritt examines the basics of SQL injection attacks and gives two examples of how they can be used to gain unauthorized access to a Web site--such as those using popular blogging software.

Sister site CNET TV has launched a new show called Hacks. In the first episode, Executive Editor Tom Merritt examines the basic principles behind SQL injection attacks. Merritt provides two examples of how malicious individuals can use SQL injection attacks to gain unauthorized access to a Web site--such as those using popular blogging software.

Check out the following TechRepublic articles for more information on fighting SQL injection attacks:

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Bill Detwiler is Managing Editor of TechRepublic and Tech Pro Research and the host of Cracking Open, CNET and TechRepublic's popular online show. Prior to joining TechRepublic in 2000, Bill was an IT manager, database administrator, and desktop supp...

4 comments
BALTHOR
BALTHOR

The phone company is diverted.We have never seen the real Internet.Don't expect anything like reading and writing from hackers.They click on somebody in their computer and the attack begins.It's a computer system that does the attack at the BIOS or pre,pre BIOS level.The hackers are at a very high frequency.

anewcoder
anewcoder

Thank you for the link. I've already found three very helpful videos on it.

jadejonge
jadejonge

you realise you're just making a complete idiot of yourself by posting comments about which you have no idea or background. do us a favour and stop spamming

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