LoGiCaL__ wrote:Before you go diving right into the sql injections I'd recommend taking the time to actually learn sql to the point where you feel comfortable writing queries with joins, unions, sub queries, then when you look into sql injections it will actually make some more sense as to what you are doing.
yeah i definitely see that i'm gonna have to take baby steps with this... i want a real working knowledge of the language itself it seems like the best one to learn...i think...i mean it seems that sql's the most "universal" language in that it can be used on any type of database and yadda yadda yadda but i'm taking a sort of hegelian approach...the mainstream avenues are only gonna show you one side of the equation...i want to know how to code a rock-solid string, but i wanna know how to crack a rock solid string too, you know? and it's not always as simple as doing the opposite or inverse of the usual method....
lol anyway what i'm TRYING to say LoGiCaL__ is that i won't try to do things half-assed or cheaply--not my m.o.!!
peace and blessings!