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Incorrect handling I'd say. If you're filtering apostrophes from your user input you're doing it wrong.



This is a semantic quibble. Your point could be restated as, "if you're not filtering potentially dangerous data out of your SQL queries (i.e. you're not using a fixed vocabulary of properly-quoted phrases) then you are vulnerable to SQLi."

think of it this way: no matter how you slice it, there are Bad Things you need to keep out of your SQL, and an easy layperson term for doing so is 'filtering'.

Recall that 'filter' != regexp.




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