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A1:2017 - Injection Is the Application Vulnerable?
An application is vulnerable to attack when:
• User-supplied data is not validated, filtered, or sanitized by the application.
• Dynamic queries or non-parameterized calls without contextaware escaping are used directly in the interpreter.
• Hostile data is used within object-relational mapping (ORM) search parameters to extract additional, sensitive records.
• Hostile data is directly used or concatenated, such that the SQL or command contains both structure and hostile data in dynamic queries, commands, or stored procedures
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