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SQL Injection Prevention

Thread began 9/07/2009 3:27 pm by ramenfreak | Last modified 9/08/2009 6:52 pm by ramenfreak | 1028 views | 1 replies


SQL Injection Prevention

I was just wondering if PowerStore's code was written with SQL injection prevention in mind? I do see the Validated Field string in the admin log-in page- will this prevent the dreaded, " OR 1 " attack? I was wondering if measures are included to prevent DB table deletions.

Lastly, I'm concerned about the DB security, when I looked at my database, I noticed that the user passwords are not encrypted. Can you provide some information about a secure method of storing and retrieving user passwords?

I tried to encrypt the user passwords table in MySQL, but of course, when the user retrieves their lost password- it's returned to the user in the encrypted format.

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