If you've ever tried changing the URL of a web page to gain access to information, you are familiar with the concept behind SQL attacks.
Just like changing the URL instructs the web server to present the page, you can send instruction to a database by entering certain characters in fields inside a web page. Ultimately this can lead to the disclosure of confidential information.
If that still sounds to vague to you, have a look at this week's episode of our video blog, where we'll demonstrate SQL attacks.
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