SQL Injection Strategies (Packt)
Wednesday, 29 July 2020

This is a guide for beginners looking to learn how to perform SQL injection and test the security of web applications, websites, or databases, using both manual and automated techniques. Authors Ettore Galluccio, Edoardo Caselli and Gabriele Lombari start with an introduction to SQL injection and its impact on websites and systems, then move on to the steps to configure a virtual environment, so you can try SQL injection techniques safely. Tools such as sqlmap and others are covered, showing how to use them effectively to perform SQL injection attacks.



Author: Ettore Galluccio, Edoardo Caselli and Gabriele Lombari
Publisher: Packt Publishing
Date: July 2020
Pages: 210
ISBN: 978-839215643
Print: 183921564X
Kindle: B08CMWMWX5
Audience: Novices in SQL injection
Level: Introductory/Intermediate
Category: Database


  • Focus on how to defend against SQL injection attacks
  • Understand web application security
  • Get up and running with a variety of SQL injection concepts
  • Become well-versed with different SQL injection scenarios
  • Discover SQL injection manual attack techniques
  • Delve into SQL injection automated techniques


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