APPLICATION SECURITY Knowledge Base Search Our Knowledge Base Home Web Application Flaws & Vulnerabilities SQL Injection SQL Injection: Vulnerabilities & SQL Injection Prevention What is SQL Injection? How will SQL Injection impact my business? How do I prevent SQL Injection? What is SQL Injection? SQL injection (SQLi) is an application security weakness that allows attackers [...]

  Online data breaches make the news nearly every day. We hear about them with various companies and corporate entities and we also hear about them in connection with the security of government databases. A common cause of these type of data breaches, is the SQL Injection vulnerability, which can be easily detected automatically with [...]

Website Security What is SQL Injection Check Website Vulnerability SQL Injection SQL Injection (SQLi) is one of the most common attacks in the cyberspace. SQL Injection (SQLi) refers to an injection attack wherein an attacker can execute malicious SQL statements (also commonly referred to as a malicious payload) that control a web application’s database server [...]

What is the SQL Injection Vulnerability & How to Prevent it? The SQL Injection vulnerability allows malicious hackers to inject arbitrary code in SQL queries, thus being able to directly retrieve and alter data stored in a website's database. SUBSCRIBE A Brief SQL Injection History Lesson In the early days of the internet, building websites [...]

tools reconnaissance SecurityTrails Blog · Apr 18 2019 · by Esteban Borges Top 13 Online Vulnerability Scanning Tools Reading time: 10 minutes Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Web apps and vulnerabilities go hand-in-hand. The best thing you can do is to not only patch vulnerabilities when your programmers find one, or when a third party cybersecurity company [...]

Our Favorite Web Vulnerability Scanners August 20, 2020 Julie Peterson Share this Article Facebook Twitter Email LinkedIn Web Vulnerability Scanners Defined Web vulnerability scanners crawl through the pages of web applications to detect security vulnerabilities, malware, and logical flaws. They do this by generating malicious inputs and evaluating an application’s responses. Often referred to as [...]