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Hello there
I created a simple form to submit data by users,
i found that some user missed up with it and inserted 60000 record,
m not sure how he managed to insert these records in less than 5 min
my form is under .net 3.5 framework , and @page directive has validaterequest="true"
any idea how can i increase my application security!!!

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Without knowing how your form works, it is difficult to answer, but the basic rules are: never ever concatenate strings to form SQL commands - always use parametrized queries. I don't know how you are doing yours, but in C#, you would replace:
SqlCommand cmd = new SqlCommand("INSERT INTO myTable (textColumn) VALUES ('" + myTextBox.Text + "')", con);
SqlCommand cmd = new SqlCommand("INSERT INTO myTable (textColumn) VALUES (@TX)", con);
cmd.Parameters.AddWithValue("@TX", myTextBox.Text);
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mrcooll 25-Sep-11 6:20am     CRLF
Hi, thx for replay, i allways use parameters in my sql command. i don't think he managed to use slq injection, what in my mind that he filled the form and auto-submitted it using js-injection "javascript:document.forms.form1.submit()", cz i stored the CreationDate of the record ,and there is only a miliseconds between each record and the other.

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