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Preventing SQL injection attacks in ASP.NET

SQL injection can occur when an application uses input to construct dynamic SQL statements or when it uses stored procedures to connect to the database. Conventional security measures, such as the use of SSL and IPSec, do not protect your application from SQL injection attacks. Successful SQL injection attacks enable malicious users to execute commands in an application's database. You should always be reviewing your code to find these or other security vulnerabilities; remember all type of attacks start with some input, and your first line of defense should be input validation using both client-side and server-side validation.


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