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MySQL Table Prefix Changer Tool in PHP
January 02, 2008 @ 09:54:00

On DevShed today there's a new tutorial showing a method for preventing SQL injection attacks on your site - a MySQL table prefix changer.

Changing these [table] prefixes can be a tedious job if you had to do it manually. Even tools like phpMyAdmin don't provide a clean, quick method of doing this. But with a little help from PHP, we are able to create our own tool very quickly.

The tutorial follows the construction of the tool, making the modifications to the current database tables and pushing all of the changes back into the database.

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