It’s probable that you haven’t identified all of your SQL injection vulnerabilities, especially if you operate mobile applications, web services and RIAs, which typically have been developed in new technologies like REST, JSON and AJAX. While security teams are often effective at testing for SQLi vulnerabilities in classic HTML applications over GET and POST, most testing methodologies do not handle the new formats. As a result, web applications using these recent technologies are often littered with SQL injection and other security vulnerabilities.
Over the past few years, Dan Kuykendall, co-CEO and CTO at NT OBJECTives, has researched this problem and has developed innovative strategies for finding SQL injection vulnerabilities in applications that utilize REST, JSON and AJAX.
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NT OBJECTives, Inc.
Co-CEO & CTO