On Fri, Feb 05, 2010 at 12:09:57PM -0800, John R Pierce wrote:
- that would be a function of how you use Postgresql. if you do the
- typical PHP hacker style of building statements with inline values then
- executing them, you're vunerable unless you totally sanitize all your
- inputs. see http://xkcd.com/327/
Right, so when dealing with a high security environment you want to assume
someone made a mistake and left you vunerable in this area.
- >Does anyone have experience here? One of our security people found a
- >generic mod_security config file that had a couple of postgres entries
- >in it. Is there a full Postgres config for mod_security that the
- >community recommends?
- >Can anyone give me a good pros or cons of using mod_security when you
- >have Postgres + Hibernate?
- isn't mod_security purely for Apache httpd applications? if you're not
- using apache httpd, it seems like there's no point in using mod_security.
We'll have httpd handing off to Geronimo. From what i can gather mod_security
will balk at any url that contains one of it's keywords.
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