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Re: SQL injection (or not?)
From: "DokFLeed" <dokfleed () dokfleed net>
Date: Thu, 10 Aug 2006 10:10:44 +0400

well, I am wondering about this ,
in MySql / PHP with Magic Quotes on,
I have a vulnerable ID, however, the results are printed from the PHP using echo, so whatever I grab is returned to the script, but will not be displayed to me !!
UNION so is any SQL statement that goes with SELECT,
now, how do you get the extra results I grabbed
or how can you UPDATE a table from the SELECT statement, ( e.g. UNION, JOIN , etc...)?
any ideas?
any ' or " in the GET parameters will not go through coz of the Magic Quotes.
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