From Symantec: The Evolution Of SQL Injection. Think Sony.

Today, SQL injection is usually part of an attack toolkit that hackers downloads and uses to launch several types of attacks. It’s no longer a challenge to dump the database records but the challenge has moved to installing malware behind expensive firewalls and other security measures in place deep inside the victim organization. The installed malware is far more dangerous and destructive than a simple database attack. Imagine a hacker eavesdropping on sensitive communication, dumping the windows password file to gain access to restricted systems or stealing the private keys for your SSL and Code Signing certificates?

Just a snippet from “5 Ways To Protect Your Business Against SQL injection”:

http://www.symantec.com/connect/blogs/5-ways-protect-your-business-against-sql-injection?om_ext_cid==biz_ext_social__Engagement%20(Non%20Marketing)_TWITTER_Connect%20Blog&linkId=11110069

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