osc-betty Posted July 1, 2008 Share Posted July 1, 2008 Hi, my apologies if this has been covered somewhere else, I couldn't find the answer when I searched for it. I have just had an email from my hosting company warning me about SQL injection attacks. they advise to deny access to system tables as one possible solution to the most frequently seen attacks. Is this something I can do without causing problems to an OSC store? Most of the stores I have built are heavily modified, all are on MS2, but not all on the latest release candidate. How can I find out whether there are any accesses to system tables in the code, i.e. what type of command should I be looking for? If you know about any other solutions to help me secure my clients' sites, please let me know. Thank you very much for your help. Bettina Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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