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SQL Injections

An SQL injection is a widely used attack method on insufficiently secure input from outside. An SQL injection passes malicious SQL code injected into a program to the database system, unchecked and unmasked. In ABAP, this can occur when the following programming techniques are used:

Other versions: 7.31 | 7.40 | 7.54


SQL Injections Using Dynamic Tokens

SQL Injections Using ADBC

SQL Injections Using AMDP

SQL Injections Using Object Services

SQL Injections Using Generic Programming