BLOG CHAT: SQL Injection

So finally all the details have been worked out.  We are going to have this chat on Friday July 18th.  At 2:00 PM EST.  That is 11:00 AM PST.

Shortly I will have a link where you can add a reminder to your calendar about this chat.  It will be handled a little different from the last one.  Since I am anticipating a lot of people to want to join this chat, I am going to use the MSDN Online Chat.  This is a bit different from the last one, but I don’t think we will have any problems using it.  It is a very nice chat interface.

SQL Injection and What To Do About It
SQL Injection is a rather hot topic currently, this chat is designed to answer the questions people have and help people to avoid the problem. We hope to cover best practices and offer advice to help ease any pain being seen. This is meant to answer as a question/answer chat so please bring your questions to us.

Add to Calendar

I will update this post as soon as I have the link to add this to your calendar.  But you can go to the link above and find the chat on the 18th even without the reminder.

Hope to see you there !

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Comments (4)

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  2. Excellent idea!  I hope I can make it.

  3. Ronnie Hoogland says:


    why is this such an hot topic? If you use parameters with your sqlCommand you shouldn’t be affected by sql injection? or am i missing something?

  4. Ronnie,

    That is correct, I have had a few posts recently on this topic and there was a lot of discussion around that then.  The main problem is with all the code that is already there, and that sometimes people don’t think to use that.  But that would be a good question for the chat if you come 🙂

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