Tag: Drupal

SQL Injection Tutorial: Tackling SQLi with Source Code Analysis

The impact of the Drupal fiasco is still being felt across all industry sectors. The world’s third biggest CMS platform was compromised with arguably the oldest hacking technique in existence – the SQL injection (SQLi). While the Drupal 7.32 update has resolved this specific problem, SQL injections won’t really go away until they are treated from the

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The Worrying Security State of CMS Platforms

The use of Content Management Systems (CMS) is on the rise. Over 20% of the top 10,000 websites today rely on CMS platforms, namely WordPress, Drupal and Joomla. But the quick setup and customizable functionality come at a price. Security issues are being exposed and exploited by cybercriminals. Checkmarx’s Research Lab studied the vulnerabilities in

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