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Unveiling the SQL Injection Educational Project

I’m thrilled to announce the release of my latest project – an Educational SQL Injection Demonstration. This project is designed to showcase the mechanics and dangers of SQL injection in a controlled, educational environment.

Project Overview:

Using Express.js and an SQLite database, the application demonstrates how SQL injection can be exploited in web applications. The primary goal is to educate budding developers, security enthusiasts, and students about one of the most prevalent security vulnerabilities in the web development world.

What’s Inside:

  • A basic web application with login and user search functionalities.
  • Deliberately vulnerable SQL queries to demonstrate injection attacks.
  • An in-memory SQLite database to simulate user data handling.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understanding how SQL injection occurs.
  • Recognizing the importance of input validation and parameterized queries.
  • Gaining insights into basic cybersecurity practices in web development.

This project is open-source and available on GitHub. I encourage you to check it out, experiment with it, and even contribute to its development. Whether you’re teaching a class, learning about web security, or just curious about how SQL injection works, this project is for you.

🔗 SQL Injection Educational Project on GitHub

Stay tuned for more updates and feel free to share your thoughts and feedback!