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Sep 21, 2011 06:41 PM|LINK
I am having SQL Injection Attack problems. Having researched the best prevention against this, the advice seems to be to use parameters in all SQL that uses user input.
How can I find out what ASP.NET Web Controls use parameters out-of-the-box: does the Login Control? The PasswordRecovery control? The CreateUserWizard?