SQL Injection Detection & Defeating Tools

SQL injection is a form of attack that takes advantage of applications that generate SQL queries using user-supplied data without first checking or pre-processing it to verify that it is valid. The objective is to deceive the database system into running malicious code that will reveal sensitive information or otherwise compromise the server. By modifying the expected Web application parameters, an attacker can submit SQL queries and pass commands directly to the database. Many webpages take input from users, such as search terms, feedback comments or username and password and use them to build a SQL query which is passed to the database.

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Securing the Evolving Enterprise Network— Inside and Out

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Network security can be an intimidating discipline for most organizations. The threat landscape is becoming increasingly dangerous, as malicious actors focus their energy on developing sophisticated, targeted attacks. At the same time, the anywhere, anytime mobile workforce, digital workplace transformation, IoT applications, and the move to the cloud are increasing the size and complexity of IT infrastructures and their associated attack surfaces. What is the state of network security today and what can be done to improve it? This paper concludes:New business objectives are making network security more difficult. ESG research reveals that most organizations believe network security is getting more complex every year.

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New age security threats require new age solutions. Fixing security requires a fresh approach.

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Current endpoint software security software is resource heavy and therefore slow. With the growing number of exploits and mobile attacks available to modern cybercriminals, real-time, actionable threat intelligence within a global context is more important than ever for securing organizations. Find out how to face these challenges in this information paper.

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The 2013 Vormetric Insider Threat Report

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While the security community remains fixated on advanced malware, tried-and-true insider threats and related attacks remain a vexing problem for most organizations. In fact, ESG research indicates that more than half (54%) of IT and security professionals believe that insider threats are more difficult to detect/prevent today than they were in 2011.

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Chaos Based Improved Double Bio-Cryptic Authentication Process to Access WLAN

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The usage and applicability of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) is increased from the past three decades. Monitoring Quality-of-Service (QoS) pertaining to networks is a major challenge for the researchers and academicians. Bandwidth, latency, jitter and loss of data and security are some of the important parameters related to the network QoS. Especially security plays an important role regarding data confidentiality in wired or wireless networks are concerned. Particularly, there is a need to strengthen the authentication process in Wireless Local Area Network (WLAN).

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MAINTENANCE OF INFORMATION SECURITY OF THE RUSSIAN BANKING SYSTEM ORGANISATIONS

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The Banking System (BS) of the Russian Federation (RF) comprises the Bank of Russia, lending institutions and representative offices of foreign banks [1]. The activities of the Bank of Russia are aimed at developing and strengthening the RF BS and maintaining the stability and development of the National Payment System [2]. The most important prerequisite for achieving these objectives is maintaining a necessary and sufficient level of information security (IS) of RF BS organisations and their assets (including information), which is to a large extent determined by the level of IS of bank processes (payment processes, information processes, etc.) and computerized banking systems operated by RF BS organisations.

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Managing Security Incidents in the Enterprise

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The engines of business growth in today’s economy are often the information systems that control supply chains, track transactions, coordinate customer service, and so forth. When enterprises provide application access to employees on the road or in corporate offices, as well as partners, suppliers, and customers, much of the associated application data travels over the public Internet. Each application introduces some level of information security risk, and every new user group or access channel adds to that risk. Trading away security for the competitive benefits and efficiency offered by new systems is not an attractive choice. In many cases, new systems and technologies are adopted despite the increased risk and the challenges security teams have to secure them.

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