DB Networks Releases White Paper on SQL Injection and Threat Mitigation Techniques

DB Networks announces the release of “SQL Injection Attack: Detection in a Web Application Environment”. The white paper, available for free download at dbnetworks.com, offers a comprehensive overview of the SQL injection threat and preventative measures.

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DB Networks Adaptive Database Firewall

From it's emergence over a decade ago, SQL injection has proven to be an extremely challenging exploit to eradicate.

San Diego, CA (PRWEB) September 13, 2012

DB Networks, an innovator of adaptive database firewall equipment, today announces the release of “SQL Injection Attack: Detection in a Web Application Environment” is available for download at dbnetworks.com. From it's emergence over a decade ago, SQL injection has proven to be an extremely challenging exploit to eradicate. Clearly developers strive to implement secure code, but that's not always completely possible. Also, fixing deployed code to eliminate SQL injection vulnerabilities can take a significant amount of time and resources. Any such effort would need to be prioritized ahead of projects which drive revenue and new business. In some cases the original application source code may have been developed by a third-party and not even be available for modification.

The white paper provides an overview of how SQL injection works and discusses the various approaches utilized over the years which attempted to mitigate the SQL injection threat. An in-depth discussion of the overall effectiveness of each of these approaches is reviewed. Also discussed is why many traditional approaches have largely failed, leaving SQL injection as the single largest database vulnerability.

About DB Networks

DB Networks is innovating database security equipment for organizations who need to protect their data from network-based database attacks. DB Networks Adaptive Database Firewall is an effective countermeasure against SQL Injection and database Denial of Service attacks. Unlike traditional database security solutions, which require extensive customization, as well as time-consuming white list/black list maintenance, DB Networks patent-pending technology is able to automatically rapidly adapt to changes in the threat profile and provide continuously protection for your databases. DB Networks is a privately held company headquartered in San Diego, California. For additional information, please visit us at dbnetworks.com.


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