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Avoiding SQL injection is simple. Use DBI placeholders.

Instead of concatenating your values into your string, put ? there, and then place the values in ->execute(...).

You have structured your code around concatenating strings, so I would first replace the sqlSelect</p> with something like:

sub sqlSingleRow( $sql, @placeholders ) { my $sth = $dbh->prepare( $sql ); $sth->execute(@placeholders); # Do you really get only ever a single row back? my (@r)=$c->fetchrow(); $c->finish(); return @r; }

... and then use that routine like:

my $sql_cat = <<'SQL'; select ref_categorie from categorie_libelle_langue , libelle , langue from ref_categorie where libelle.libelle = ? AND categorie_libelle_langue.ref_libelle = libelle.id_libel +le AND categorie_libelle_langue.ref_langue = langue.id_langue +AND langue.key = ? SQL my ($cat) = sqlSingleRow($sql_cat, $category, $lang );

In reply to Re: Avoid SQL injection by Corion
in thread Avoid SQL injection by *alexandre*

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