Hi everyone, Bryan here. Michael wrote a great post here on SDL-required SQL injection defense techniques in the wake of the recent mass SQL injection attacks against ASP sites. Additionally, the Security Vulnerability Research & Defense blog has just posted an analysis of the attack along with guidance recommendations for IT/database admins, web developers, and end users. Finally, if you are looking for classic ASP-specific (not ASP.NET) guidance, Bala Neerumalla has posted a detailed document on preventing SQL injection in ASP on MSDN.
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