Massive SQL Injection Attack Hits Internet By admin | April 5, 2011 On Thursday, March 31st, that a massive SQL injection attack, dubbed "LizaMoon," was rapidly circulating the Internet. LizaMoon uses a common URL encoding tactic to update database tables on servers that are susceptible to the attack, effectively editing live website data. It exploits this breach to insert into the affected websites which leads users to a scam site. Ben kraft, an infrastructure https://essaysreasy.online/ engineer at the mountain view, calif. In response to this attack, the ISM team added a pair of rules to the Intrusion Prevention System (IPS) to protect both servers and users behind the ISM. Today, that due to the quick response of security firms like the ISM team, very few people were actually affected by the attack. .


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