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    I’d be more concerned with the answers…

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      Yeah it’s rare anybody is gonna copy and paste from the question.

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      On the one hand, these are in the questions, and we don’t know how many of the supposed injections are actually unescaped user-controlled data. But on the other hand, ~50% of all PHP-SQL questions? Yikes.

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        I clicked on the first link (i.e. to the most recent detected example), and not only was it legitimately an SQL injection, they had included their unaltered MySQL host and credentials in the question. Ugh.