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JDBC protections against SQL Injection
Mar 16 2009 04:50PM
lister lihim org
I've heard this preached before.
Using JDBC properly can help protect against SQL Injection.
What protections does JDBC provide?
Does java encode the input to not be malicious?
I'm curious where in the java source/libraries does jdbc help
to mitigate malicious input when using jdbc.
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