Skip to main content

Use parameterized queries


The system must use parameterized queries or stored procedures to create dynamic sentences (e.g., java.sql.PreparedStatement).


One of the main reasons for using parameterized queries or stored procedures is to prevent SQL injection attacks. When applications concatenate user input directly into SQL statements, attackers may inject malicious SQL code, potentially leading to unauthorized access or data manipulation. Parameterized queries ensure that user input is treated as data, not as executable code, mitigating the risk of SQL injection.

Supported In

This requirement is verified in following services




free trial

Search for vulnerabilities in your apps for free with Fluid Attacks' automated security testing! Start your 21-day free trial and discover the benefits of the Continuous Hacking Essential plan. If you prefer the Advanced plan, which includes the expertise of Fluid Attacks' hacking team, fill out this contact form.