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Date: Tue, 26 Dec 2006 19:28:57 -0500
From: icecoldeuro@...il.com
To: full-disclosure@...ts.grok.org.uk
Subject: Re: SQID v0.2 - SQL Injection Digger.

So - hypothetically - the first result of the sample run at
sqid.rubyforge.org would only yield a Microsoft OLE DB provider error (Unclosed
quotation mark before the character string).

Now, granted, this is bad practice if they can't trap their errors, but I
also don't see how this constitutes proof of an XSS vulnerability. The usual
XSS variations - again, purely hypothetically - all just yield the same
error message.

Would you consider this a potential false positive then? In my opinion it's
not a vuln unless it's exploitable.

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