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SQL Injection Attacks and Some Tips on How to Prevent Them

, 23 Jan 2005 CPOL
Discusses various aspects of SQL Injection attacks, what to look for in your code, and how to secure it against SQL Injection attacks.
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Colin Angus Mackay
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Scotland Scotland
Have been a Code Project MVP 5 years running and was Microsoft C# MVP 4 years running, MBCS, MIAP and a whole bunch of other stuff. Now I just help run Scottish Developers which is a user group with software development events in Edinburgh, Glasgow and Dundee and I have also started an open source project to help with Password Validation
 
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* Parallelization in .NET
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