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RE: Antitoxin for "SQL Injection" (?)
From: "Sen, Adem" <asen-public () sage de>
Date: Mon, 2 Jan 2006 23:15:22 +0100

Hi Devdas,

Do STORED PROCEDURES really protect against any kind of SQL Injection? I
have read many articles about, some say they are and some say they are
NOT!

Isn't there any way to do code injection into a SP or are they
fully-secure against Injections?

I think it is clear, that SP's make your web-app less dynamic?

Thanks!
Adem Sen


Devdas wrote:
Ugh! Why do you not use stored procedures and bind parameters, which
is
the right way to do it?

Devdas Bhagat
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