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I've had a difficult experience with a developer, and am requiring the services of a dedicated security pro:
After paying a large amount of money to a developer, my website which was initially working, developed a major database issue around the time that the developer and I had a disagreement over further development costs.
I suspected the developer of intentionally sabotaging my code.
They responded that they had NOT done so but rather that the website had come under a "sql inclusion" attack.
I am trying to sort out the truth.
Are these sort of attacks common? Can they be prevented? can you prevent them by tweaking existing code or would a large amount of recoding need to be done?
Can you put a trace on a website to work out the source of the "attack" if there had been one?
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