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SQL injection (SQLi) is a prevalent attack technique where attackers use malicious SQL queries to access sensitive business information without proper authorization. To detect and mitigate SQLi attack, you need a comprehensive network security tool that analyzes and correlates log data from your web servers and databases. EventLog Analyzer, an SQL injection attack detection and mitigation tool, can alert you to the attack and quickly mitigate it before the data leaves your network.

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EventLog Analyzer serves as an SQL injection mitigation tool

SQL Server Audit Logs

Detects traces of SQL injection attacks

Protect your network from data breaches by detecting traces of SQL injection attacks through real-time monitoring of database and web server activities. EventLog Analyzer serves as an SQL injection prevention tool and runs regular audit trails on web server and database server activities. You get in-depth insights into server usage, access patterns, permission changes, activity trends, and attack attempts in the forms of graphs and reports.

EventLog Analyzer's attack reports provide information on SQL injection attack attempts detected on your IIS and Apache web servers. Our solution also comes with prebuilt alert profiles that can be configured to trigger instant alerts when such attacks are detected.

Correlates web server events

The powerful correlation engine of EventLog Analyzer is built to detect signs of suspicious activities in the network based on predefined correlation rules. The incident timeline report for every rule gives detailed insights into the sequence of events that caused the solution to trigger the correlation alert. This will give you a clear understanding of where the attack originated and how the attacker progressed through the network.

Our solution facilitates this breakdown with predefined correlation rules that are formulated to spot attack vectors in common cyberattacks, including SQLi. EventLog Analyzer's correlation rules encompass database events, web server events, Microsoft SQL Server security incidents, Oracle security incidents, IIS web server events, and Apache web server events for SQLi detection. You can configure the threshold limit and the time span of SQLi attempt logs from the same device type and name. Once the limit is reached, the solution triggers an alert.

SQL Server Audit Logs
     

Other solutions offered by EventLog Analyzer

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    Monitor every entity in your network by collecting, correlating, and analyzing logs. Gain insights into network activities through intuitive graphs and reports.

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  • Server log management

    Monitor all database and web server activities. Receive alerts about usage, access attempts, account changes, and attack attempts.

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  • IT compliance management

    Simplify compliance regulation management with predefined reports for popular mandates, like the PCI DSS, SOX, HIPAA, ISO/IEC 27001, the GDPR, FISMA, and the GPG.

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  • File integrity monitoring

    Audit sensitive files and folders to detect critical changes, such as creation, deletion, access, modification, and renaming. Receive instant alerts when suspicious activity is found.

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reasons to choose EventLog Analyzer for SQLi
detection and mitigation
1

Database auditing

Monitor database logs and improve your internal security framework with real-time insights into DDL, DML, server, account, and security modifications.

 
2

Application log management

Audit, manage, and track IIS, Apache, and DHCP web server logs to track critical events, like server events, security errors, and configuration changes, and gain insights into an attack.

 
3

Proactive attack management

Identify attack attempts at the first sign of compromise and automate remediation with predefined workflows to mitigate security attacks effectively.

 
4

Out-of-the-box SQLi reports

Generate SQL injection attack reports and gain key insights that assist in eliminating SQLi vulnerabilities.

 
5

Log forensics

Protect your network from future attacks by conducting forensic analysis and retracing the steps taken by attackers.

 

FAQs

What is an SQL injection attack? Why is it critical for organizations to prevent them?

Many organizations offer multiple dynamic, data-driven web applications to their users. These applications are dependent on databases for storing and protecting data. This can include business-critical data, confidential data, customer records, financial records, and the privileged or personal information of an organization. Generally, these applications use standard SQL queries, which are formed based on user inputs, to communicate with the database.

An SQL injection attack, also known as SQLi, is a common attack that threatens databases through web applications. A malicious user with sufficient knowledge of SQL can manipulate the inputs provided in the application to retrieve data to which they should not have access. An organization can face serious privacy and legal implications if data is stolen via a vulnerability in its application.

While applications usually run checks on the inputs to ensure a data leak does not happen, sophisticated attackers may still find vulnerable points in the application. Regularly auditing the database server and the web server that hosts the applications is therefore necessary to make sure the data is always protected. EventLog Analyzer's predefined reports and alerts make this audit and security process easy.

How do you prevent SQLi?

An SQL injection attack is a type of security exploit that allows hackers to manipulate vulnerabilities in a network's SQL database. You can minimize the risk of being a victim of this attack by following several SQL injection prevention best practices:

  • Deploy a web application firewall (WAF) to identify and accept only permitted inputs for a given field.
  • Authenticate user inputs to filter maliciously crafted external inputs.
  • Monitor critical databases and web servers in real time.
  • Update and patch applications and databases to keep them secure from network vulnerabilities.
  • Monitor privileged user activity to avoid privilege abuse.
  • Build a system to alert you about indicators of an SQL injection attack.
  • Remove inessential database functions to prevent them from acting as entry points for attackers.
  • Provide security awareness training to educate employees on how to keep the organization safe from threats.

What events are monitored by EventLog Analyzer to detect SQL injection attacks?

EventLog Analyzer provides out-of-the-box SQLi correlation rules for the following:

  • Database events
  • Web server events
  • Microsoft SQL Server security incidents
  • Oracle security incidents
  • IIS web server events
  • Apache web server events

Additionally, you can create custom correlation rules to monitor any other specific events across your network.

Ratings and reviews

Recognized and loved globally
 
4.7/5

Amazing event monitoring software
The best part of ManageEngine EventLog Analyzer is that the interface is very intuitive and quick to grasp.

Administrator Information technology and services
 
4.7/5

Great for centralizing all your windows machines. You can flag certain events to trigger different actions of your choosing.

Joseph L IT manager
 
4.7/5

EventLog Analyzer is able of monitor file integrity, analyze log data, track privileged users and examine data logs. The software is secure as it uses latest encryption technologies.

Sophie S eAfrica Solutions, administrator
 
4.8/5

I am very happy with my experience of using the EventLog Analyzer as after the very installation, it alerted my team about potential threats that were near to attack the servers. Also, It has reduced manual work on my business applications, hence, saving a lot of time and effort in the safeguarding process.

Knowledge specialist Communications industry
 
4.6/5

Great log management suite.I loved how easy this software was to configure. I had all my logs pointed to it and flowing nicely in no time at all. It makes it very easy to look at your data and get a grasp of what is happening on your network.

Anonymous
 
4.7/5

Great for centralizing all your windows machines. You can flag certain events to trigger different actions of your choosing.

Joseph L IT manager

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