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Re: Detect SQL injectionby mpeppler (Vicar)
|on Aug 15, 2010 at 07:41 UTC||Need Help??|
With Sybase, one of the best ways that I've found to avoid any risk of SQL Injection is to mandate the use of stored procedures, and to always use RPC semantics when calling the stored procedures rather than language commands.
This means that there is no parsing of the input parameters (other than ensuring that they match with the parameter's datatypes), so any text that is passed in for a particular parameter can never be executed.
Another advantage (on large systems) is that the procs encapsulate all the SQL, making it a lot easier to find offending (badly performing) queries, and tuning them independently of the client code.
I realize that this isn't always practical, but once everyone in the team knows how this works it's actually quite efficient, in particular on large systems (200+ developers, several thousand tables, three million+ lines of SQL code...)