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Identifying and Protecting Against SQL Injection in Drupal [July 12, 2012]

Identifying and Protecting Against SQL Injection in Drupal [July 12, 2012]

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Scared by bulk password thefts? Come learn how to protect against SQL Injection, the most common means of stealing large amounts of site content. This webinar will start with a brief discussion of password hashing in Drupal and talk about whether you need to worry about the strength of Drupal password hashing. Next we'll break into SQL Injection and talk about some differences in the Drupal database API in Drupal 6 vs. 7 and how to create (and fix) SQL Injection vulnerabilities in each version.

You will learn:
• How to identify SQL Injection by doing code analysis
• How to exploit SQL Injection
• How to fix SQL Injection

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Thursday, July 12, 2012
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Posted on by Tom Sullivan (not verified).

You guys have great presenters and topics but the recording quality is usually pretty bad. In this case you can't read anything on the screen :(

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