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    Google Likes SQL Insertion Attacks?
    While doing some post-Panda recovery work this weekend, I was going through Google Webmaster Tools cleaning up any little errors and I noticed a strange URL Parameter for one of my sites. It stood out like a sore thumb. It was two lines of SQL query code (I don't want to list it here). Forget about being worried about some smuck trying to inject malicious code into my SQL via the querystring, what bothers me is that 1) Google has found and indexed malicious code and 2) Google thinks that is a valid URL parameter!

    Has anyone else seen this showing up in your URL parameters?
    When the only tool you have is a hammer - everything looks like a nail.

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    that's quality fer ya

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