Stop SQL Injection Attacks

Susan Hall

Microsoft is touting freeware to help guard against SQL injection attacks, which are becoming increasingly common, reports eWEEK.

 

The company created two of the tools itself, UrlScan Version 3.0 Beta and Microsoft Source Code Analyzer for SQL Injection Community Technology Preview. The third, HP Scrawlr, was developed by Hewlett-Packard.

 

Though the company hasn't changed its stance that its software is not vulnerable or otherwise responsible for the attacks, the company said it is responding to users' pleas for help in dealing with them, reports Computerworld.



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