in reply to Re: Preventing SQL injection attacks: are -T and placeholders not enough?
in thread Preventing SQL injection attacks: are -T and placeholders not enough?
I don't use taint checking because I don't use CGI
Tainted data comes from just every input in any environment your programs run but CGI is indeed a kind of wild one compared to locally run programs. However, even you could damage your own system with innocent-looking inputs to your non-CGI programs. Using -T depends on how much security consideration you (should) put on your programs. Read perlsec for more information and mind opening.
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