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Yahoo Stuck Without SQL Injection Antidote

July 16, 2012 No Comments

SOURCE: TechNewsWorld

An SQL injection gave hackers access to hundreds of thousands of Yahoo users’ email addresses and passwords, which were promptly posted on the Web. Security wonks put Yahoo through the wringer for it, saying SQL injection defense should be part of any decent set of security measures. Meanwhile, the FTC swatted Google, Amazon smartphone rumors bubbled up, and RIM took on an angry crowd of shareholders.

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