Track down the source of SQL Injection

A SQL Injection attack is a malicious technique used to attack databases through a website.  It adds portions of SQL statements into the URL from a page that accepts user input.  The attack is successful when there are vulnerabilities in a website where user input is not filtered and validated. Studies claim that on average an application experiences dozens of

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I was troubleshooting an issue today using Failed Request Tracing (FREB) and I kept getting LOG_FILE_MAX_SIZE_TRUNCATE before I could find the root cause of the issue. I came across a post with information on how to change the default size of the FREB log file and find the issue. cd /d “%windir%\system32\inetsrv” appcmd set config /section:sites -siteDefaults.traceFailedRequestsLogging.maxLogFileSizeKB:1024 You will note

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Recycling IIS6 and IIS7 Application Pool With Powershell

I recently came across a need to automatically recycle an application pool.  I have a VBScript version in my archive of scripts but I’m trying to convert everything over to PowerShell. Here’s a working PowerShell snippet that works for recycling IIS7.x application pools.  APPPOOLNAME needs to be replaced with the actual name of the application pool and SERVERNAME needs to

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