Six ways to protect yourself from SQL Injection

There’s been a  recent resurgence of SQL injection themed tech news as of late, including a Welsh Government site that was aparently try to protect itself with JavaScript, and the SQL homepage it’s self falling pray to an injection attack.

In the last few years I’ve learned a lot in this area and I thought I’d share my knowledge with the world. I realise there are other, possibly better techniques than the ones I list here, and I’d love to hear about them in the comments. (more…)

Posted in: Programming,Technology by Matt Bearman on 29th March 2011 at 10:53 pm
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Facebook’s new privacy settings – All or nothing

Facebook in their infinite wisdom have decided to change the way in which your information is stored and shared, as a part of their ‘Open Graph’ initiative. Previously when you edited your profile information there were a number of text boxes with headings like ‘Activities’, ‘Interests’, etc. In these text boxes users would type a list things they felt were relevent, and these things would be displayed on your profile for your friends to see, much like this: (more…)

Posted in: Rants,Technology by Matt Bearman on 3rd May 2010 at 10:56 am
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