17
s4nNan
18d

You have to assume mongodb didn't make it that far 😁

Comments
  • 6
    We're going to ignore that these attacks were done against files?
  • 3
    @nitwhiz fingerprinted blobs?
  • 1
    @nitwhiz So in the future we store everything in a relational database it's like the Windows registry but better🀑.

    @ OP I think that SQL will be around for a very very long time. Not necessarily in the form we have now perhaps even with a deferent interface. Injections really should not be able to happen anymore though. Mongo is a rather specific implementation I think document stores and key value store will also remain (better for file storage too)
  • 5
    SQL is a concept of data access, not a specific system.

    Its like complaining they use the concept of an API in the future.
  • 1
    So noSql is still a thing?
  • 1
    Dude the timing of this, I was watching discovery the last week and had the same thought about that haha
  • 1
    Hasn't this issue been irrelevant since PDO prepared statements in like 2005?
  • 0
    @kwilliams not complaining. There's fascination, and then there's curiosity about how SQL injection will still be a thing at such advanced times!
  • 1
    "SQL injection" / "flux capacitor" blah blah, just technical-sounding terms they didn't quite understand.
    Like why the heck are you looking for "compromised" FILES when an entire database is compromised?!
  • 1
    And later, they can 'move' the data, but can't delete. 😁
Add Comment