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    Examples Of SQL Injection

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    SQL Injection An SQL Injection is the technique of inserting complete or partial SQL commands in user-supplied data fields of a web application and submitting them for execution by the database server. The SQL Injection is normally injected by attackers to compromise the security of a website, access private data and perform other unauthorized actions that a developer never anticipated. Overview Majority of businesses use website features such as contact forms, search functions, feedback fields, shopping carts and others to interact with their customers, employees and users. This allows users to legitimately submit, store or retrieve information in the website’s database. The website forms must therefore have access to the database to enable…

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    SQL Injection Attacks

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    Structured Query Language (SQL) injection attacks have been around for nearly two decades and have posed a threat to companies and government agencies around the world (SQL Injection Defense, n.d). The former head of payment security for Barclaycard, Neira Jones, states; “some 97 percent of database attacks worldwide are still due to SQL injection somewhere along the attack chain (SQL Injection Defense, n.d). A SQL injection attack can lead to an unauthorized access to database content and web…

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    Nt1330 Chapter 9

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    Access control lists, and permissions should be implied on a DBMS system to ensure the integrity of it. 42. User accounts and passwords should be protected. Permissions should be set where the lowest level of access is maintained. Ensure the use of groups is accurate. 43. Two elements of a database security plan are: procedures in the event of a security risk, and the design of the security plan. 44. The advantages of a DBMS security plan is it is dependent and designed around the DBMS system…

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    Mysql Vs Mongo

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    performance and security. In the ever-changing world of technology, there have been many clear advancements in the space of databases. Two very common databases are MySQL and MongoDB. They are similar in many ways and also very different in how they deal with data. We will look at how they execute read queries and see what those similarities and differences are. Part 1: How a MySQL query is prepared and executed. For us to understand how a SQL database differs in running queries we…

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    of Unit 8. Unit 7 True/False Questions Indicate whether the following statements are true or false on the student answer sheet. 1) A scalar function operates on one row at a time. 2) An aggregate function works on multiple rows a time. 3) Whenever you have an aggregate function in a query criteria, you must use the HAVING keyword. 4) Any column in a SELECT that contains an aggregate function, but that is not a part of the aggregate function, must be addressed in a GROUP BY…

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    Database Security

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    target of attacks by many malicious users (Spencer 2014). According to a research report conducted by the Ponemon Institute concluded that in 2016, 383 companies over 12 countries had their data breached with an average cost of 4 million dollars lost which becomes an average of 158 dollars per record. (2016 Cost of data breach study: Global analysis, 2016). In 2011 Steam, a gaming service owned by Valve had their database which held all 35 Million user’s personal data which included: encrypted…

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    A unique identifier will be selected that will relate to both sets of data. The simplest way is to use the identifier CustomerID as it should guarantee that a unique number value will be given to each customer and will auto increment for new customer accounts. Once this is in place the next step is to look at all the combined accounts and check their indexes. Even though the data entered may be similar, not having the same index structures for all tables and columns will create problems when…

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    Relational Database

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    Discuss the advantages of a database management approach to the file processing approach? Give examples to illustrate your answer. According to our text, database management is the process of storing data. In the early days of computers, they would use data resource management to store information in a specific location. This process was very inflexible and extremely costly. Instead, we use database management today. This process allows us to consolidate the data, and integrate it into many…

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    Phar-Mor Fraud Case

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    The Case of Phar-Mor Inc Read “The Case of Phar-Mor Inc.” which can be accessed through the DeVry online library. In 3-4 pages (12-pt type, double-spaced) summarize the case and answer the following questions: 1. Could SOX have prevented the Phar-Mor fraud? How? Which specific sections of SOX? The appropriate response is begging to be proven wrong because the degree that Phar-Mor went to conceal the extortion it might have taken quite a while still to reveal it notwithstanding, over the…

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    CRUD – Defining Information Ownership When developing and implementing a relational database, defining the information and users of the system enable definition of the business rules defining the components of the database management system. An example can be evaluated through the use of a CRUD – create, retrieve, update and delete – matrix as it relates to student information and the individuals or departments related to the school that may require access. The resulting model will be used to…

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