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Everything you wanted to know about SQL injection

But were afraid to ask...

  • 27 July 2016
  • Author: Nathan E Botts
  • Number of views: 12728
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Everything you wanted to know about SQL injection

From the Troy Hunt Article:

Put on your black hats folks, it’s time to learn some genuinely interesting things about SQL injection. Now remember – y’all play nice with the bits and pieces you’re about to read, ok?

SQL injection is a particularly interesting risk for a few different reasons:

  • SQL injection is a particularly interesting risk for a few different reasons:
    It’s getting increasingly harder to write vulnerable code due to frameworks that automatically parameterise inputs – yet we still write bad code.
  • You’re not necessarily in the clear just because you use stored procedures or a shiny ORM (you’re aware that SQLi can still get through these, right?) – we still build vulnerable apps around these mitigations.
  • It’s easily detected remotely by automated tools which can be orchestrated to crawl the web searching for vulnerable sites – yet we’re still putting them out there.

It remains number one on the OWASP Top 10 for a very good reason – it’s common, it’s very easy to exploit and the impact of doing so is severe. One little injection risk in one little feature is often all it takes to disclose every piece of data in the whole system – and I’m going to show you how to do this yourself using a raft of different techniques.
I demonstrated how to protect against SQLi a couple of years back when I wrote about the OWASP Top 10 for .NET developers so I’m not going to focus on mitigation here, this is all about exploiting. But enough of the boring defending stuff, let’s go break things!

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