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Blind SQL Injection tutorials and Hacking Free Book
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The World Wide Web has experienced remarkable growth in recent years. Businesses, individuals, and governments have found that web applications can offer effective, efficient and reliable solutions to the challenges of communicating and conducting commerce in the Twenty-first century. However, in the cost-cutting rush to bring their web-based applications on line — or perhaps just through simple ignorance — many software companies overlook or introduce critical security issues.
To build secure applications, developers must acknowledge that security is a fundamental component of any software product and that safeguards must be infused with the software as it is being written. Building security into a product is much easier (and vastly more cost-effective) than any post-release attempt to remove or limit the flaws that invite intruders to attack your site. To prove that dictum, consider the case of blind SQL injection.