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So this guy apparently has a lot of speed camera tickets. He's also a developer.

This is his attempt at using SQL injection to clear the table holding the record of his license plate number.

Do not know if it works, but it's fucking genius.

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6 hours ago, srp365 said:

Image result for sql injection speed camera

 

 

So this guy apparently has a lot of speed camera tickets. He's also a developer.

This is his attempt at using SQL injection to clear the table holding the record of his license plate number.

Do not know if it works, but it's fucking genius.

SQL injection is pretty easy to stop, if that works then the company likely has some pretty major security issues. 

 

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17 minutes ago, MrSkippyJ said:

SQL injection is pretty easy to stop, if that works then the company likely has some pretty major security issues. 

You'd be surprised. I handle PCI compliance for our company, so I have to make sure all form submissions in our apps are sanitized... I sometimes point our ASV to our client's and partner's web APIs and get horrifying reports.

SQL Injection is actually a basic hack, but also one of the most neglected security holes by devs, at least in my line of work.

 

 

But do you think that whoever wrote the API for LPR cams ever thought to sanitize whatever it gets from reading license plates?

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