SQL Injection and the “Flintstones/Jetsons” Way to Deal with Licence Plate Cameras

 
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That wouldn't fly for a

That wouldn't fly for a minute here in the states...

Certainly won't fly here in

Certainly won't fly here in the states, though I can come up with many other things to write on that banner (since his SQL attack didn't work) smile

And I Still Don't Get The Point..!

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I think the point is that if

I think the point is that if the SQL injection worked and the camera recording system used the line on the bumper sticker as input, instead of recording his licence plate number it would instead wipe the entire database of recorded licence numbers (drop table).

I have no idea if it would work, but you've got to applaud original thinking! wink

Humorous spoof

based on wishful thinking. It is unlikely that the camera application program would recognize and process SQL commands in its optical character recognition logic. If it does, there is probably a programmer about to be fired.

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gpsaccount wrote:

I think the point is that if the SQL injection worked and the camera recording system used the line on the bumper sticker as input, instead of recording his licence plate number it would instead wipe the entire database of recorded licence numbers (drop table).

I have no idea if it would work, but you've got to applaud original thinking! wink

Thanks for the explanation. The picture got me confused. "DROP DATABASE TABLICE;" just doesn't make any sense to me.

How about Control -Alt

How about Control -Alt -Delete