Researchers Show How SQLite Can Be Modified to Attack Apps

New technique involves query hijacking to trigger a wide range of memory safety issues within the widely used database engine, Check Point says. The near-ubiquitous presence of the SQLite database on desktop and mobile operating systems makes it an attractive target for attackers. However, efforts at finding and exploiting vulnerabilities in the database engine have focused mostly on WebSQL and the browser layer alone.

Link: Researchers Show How SQLite Can Be Modified to Attack Apps
via http://www.darkreading.com

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