Sunday, November 22, 2009

SQL Injection Attack part 2

Since I last wrote about a SQL Injection Attach that one of my sites received I took measures to prevent it and now reject a URL with @(cast in it immediately and don't process it any further. This has worked well over the last year and a half and no further attacks of that type have made it into the logs.

I have now started to see URL requests with the following pattern:


The significant part comes after the =3:

 and |+user+|=0

No idea what they're trying to achieve with this...

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