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Top 15 free SQL Injection Scanners

While the adoption of web applications for conducting online business has enabled companies to connect seamlessly with their customers, it has also exposed a number of security concerns stemming from improper coding. Vulnerabilities in web applications allow hackers to gain direct and public access to sensitive information (e.g. personal data, login credentials).

Web applications allow visitors to submit and retrieve data to/from a database over the Internet. Databases are the heart of most web applications. They hold data needed for web applications to deliver specific content to visitors and provide information to customers, suppliers etc.

SQL Injection is perhaps the most common web-application hacking technique which attempts to pass SQL commands through a web application for execution by the back-end database. The vulnerability is presented when user input is incorrectly sanitized and thereby executed.

Checking for SQL Injection vulnerabilities involves auditing your web applications and the best way to do it is by using automated SQL Injection Scanners. We’ve compiled a list of free SQL Injection Scanners we believe will be of a value to both web application developers and professional security auditors.

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Posted: May 27 2007, 11:06 PM by help.net | with 1 comment(s)
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