Preventing SQL Injection attack ASP.NET PART I

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IntroductionSecurity is the most important attribute for any system. Providing secure experience is one of the key principles in the process of gaining customer confidence for a system. Now days, almost all the websites are asking to store user’s personal information in servers to understand t...

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