.NET Login Control SQL Injection Proof?

I like the simplicity of the .NET Login control, System.Web.Security.SqlMembershipProvider and aspnetdb.

Q. Do I need additional codebehind (regex, etc...) to protect against SQL Injection attempts?
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Working with parameters will overcome a lot ....

How To: Protect From SQL Injection in ASP.NET
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ff648339.aspx
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pointemanAuthor Commented:
Good read. Seems the most used chars are ; and -- so I think a simple textbox text evaluation like so would do well.

userName.Text  = "; Delete Table Admin --";

if ( Regex.IsMatch(userName.Text, "; | --))
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