SQL – Attacks, Modes, Prevention


  • Akarsh Kumar Keshri
  • Abhinav Sharma
  • Sharon
  • Ayanesh Chowdhury
  • Shivam Singh Rawat
  • Kanchu Kiran


SQL, Modes, Attacks, Prevention


SQL insertion attack (SQLIA) is a code injection technique which exploits a protection vulnerability going on in the database layer of an software and a provider. This is most usually observed inside web pages with dynamic content material. Structured Query Language Injection Attack (SQLIA) is the most uncovered to assault on the Internet. From this attack, the attacker can take control of the database that allows you to be capable of interpolate the statistics from the database server for the internet site. We have supplied one of a kind sorts of assault techniques and prevention strategies of SQLIA which have been used to aid the design and implementation of our version. The paper targets to place SQL attack into perspective by outlining a number of the materials and researches that have already been finished. The phase suggesting methods of mitigating SQLIA goals to clarify some misconceptions about SQLIA prevention and offers some beneficial tips to software program builders and database directors to save you the attacks. Web programs are presently utilized for on-line administrations, as an example: lengthy range casual conversation, purchasing and dealing with money owed. It deals with complex person information. Unauthorized get right of entry to can cause disintegrate of a system. SQLIA is a standout among the maximum risky safety dangers to Web programs. This paper indicates approaches to save you SQLIA in saved methods with the assist of parameterized queries in order that the net software is secured from injection attacks. The experiments display that the proposed methods are very powerful and simple than some other methods.


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How to Cite

A. K. Keshri, A. Sharma, Sharon, A. Chowdhury, S. S. Rawat, and K. Kiran, “SQL – Attacks, Modes, Prevention”, IJRESM, vol. 5, no. 1, pp. 162–165, Jan. 2022.




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