On Tue, 31 May 2005, Kae Verens wrote:
> I'd like to argue that the semi-colon is completely redundant in
> PHP' SQL calls. The semi-colon is used to delimit statements, and
> so is only really needed when you are going to use another
> statement in the same SQL call. But - using multiple statements in
> single calls is an invitation for injection attacks.
Exactly how does not using semi-colons in ones own code protect one
from semi-colons injected in user input / reduce in any way need to
fully validate input?
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