Practice Question: SQL Injection Controls

Practice Question: SQL Injection Controls

Practice Question: SQL Injection Controls

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Kevin runs a vulnerability scan on a system on his network and identifies a SQL injection vulnerability. Which one of the following security controls is likely not present on the network?
Correct Answer: C.
A web application firewall (WAF), if present, would likely block SQL injection attack attempts, making SQL injection vulnerabilities invisible to a vulnerability scanner. A data loss prevention system (DLP) does not protect against web application vulnerabilities, such as SQL injection. An intrusion detection system (IDS) might identify a SQL injection exploit attempt but it is not able to block the attack. Transport layer security (TLS) encrypts web content but encryption would not prevent an attacker from engaging in SQL injection attacks.

  • chukwuemeka Emeruwa
    Posted at 18:14h, 06 November Reply

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  • Edward T Brown
    Posted at 07:38h, 08 November Reply


    Thanks. Good question! I had to think about for a minute or so but got it right.

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