Drupal Database Spam – SQL Injections Target Drupal 7 Sites

By Daniel Cid It has been over 19 months since Drupalgeddon, which refers to Drupal’s Security Advisory (SA) SA-CORE-2014-005. For those unfamiliar with it, it was a highly critical SQL Injection (SQLi) vulnerability that allowed an attacker to arbitrarily execute SQL commands remotely, leading to potential privilege escalation issues and execution of PHP code on the server.

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