I just stumbled on a website vulnerable to an SQL injection attack by mistake ( http://stackoverflow.com/questions/6181248/is-this-site-vulnerable-to-an-sql-injection-attack ).
That made me curious about what is tried and how often an attack attempt comes by on some website.
So I'm thinking it would be cool to setup a honeypot on my server to see if / how often / using what techniques 'crackers' try to get access to my SQL data.
There are some basic things I can think of to lure them, like:
/login.php / asp url
/adminlogin.php / asp url
with some fake SQL errors when trying to inject some SQL.
Anybody has some more / better suggestion / ideas / whatever to set up a honeypot for SQL injection?