I'm trying to demo SQL Injection with a UNION query but I'm not getting results. This is the C# code and the database is SQL Server 2008 R2: string cString = "server=.\\sqlexpress; ...
Worthwhile from security standpoint to limit database server user for ASP.NET website to only EXECUTE on stored procedures?
I know that obviously we must avoid sql injection attacks through user input validation and parametrized queries. There's already a firewall in place on the database server to limit remote ...
I am sys admin working with a development team who is extending a publically accessible .net web app that currently uses forms authentication with usernames/passwords (hashed) stored in a sql ...