not_essence2 wrote:Well, there's a plethora of other types of injections, like XSS, CSRF, etc. Used correctly, they can lead to the admin's password, or just changing another user's settings and such
not_essence2 wrote:True, it's more of SE than injection. Never mind me, I'm always slipping up on words. But it is still a good method.
As for program usage, you would still learn something if you code programs yourself, but they'd have to be flexible, as partial security measures could be put in place.
not_essence2 wrote:So the conclusion here is that coding your own programs is a win-win situation?
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