Discussion in 'OT Technology' started by Ricky, Dec 15, 2009.
this is why you don't leave yourself vulnerable to sql injection attacks, or store passwords in clear text
Hashing isn't that much better these days
The availability of rainbow tables as well as cloud computing power to generate the rainbox tables even fresh ones with hash + salt very quickly means that any leakage of database information puts you at risk.
pretty much, but it isn't worth the effort for your average every day hacker.
truth has been spoken.
it's easy to sanitize. especially if you're using your own, or a 3rd party sql class for all of your queries and connections.
at risk of sounding like a noob, do you have a link to a good one?
and even more so: