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I'm trying to use Drupal for a specific research purpose and it would be helpful if I could intentionally make a text box vulnerable to SQL injection. Specifically, it would be convenient if I can make the search box vulnerable but anything is better than nothing. How can I do this? As a point of clarification, I'm trying to do this from a browser, not the api or terminal. Thanks!

  • There should be no possible way to do this without changing code (that's kind of a big part of the database layer's responsibilities). If you somehow find a way, please keep it to yourself and report it to the security team ASAP, or it'll be Drupalgeddon all over again! – Clive Oct 21 '15 at 23:04
  • @Clive changing code is alright as long as it's relatively straight forward. Based on nvahalik's answer that seems unlikely though – TCal Oct 21 '15 at 23:34
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So the only way to to do this would be to write a custom module and explicitly write bad code that would normally not pass community inspection.

I'll leave that as an exercise to the asker. ;)

Hint: Your module should also have a dependency on this module.

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  • Hm, I don't have an issue writing some code but I'm a relative newcomer to Drupal. Is this something a novice can handle? Seems like writing a custom module is somewhat of an involved task – TCal Oct 21 '15 at 23:38
  • There is far less of a learning curve with Drupal than there are with other frameworks. Check out the Drupal examples project for a ton of examples of how to build modules. You might even be able to modify something there to get what you want. – nvahalik Oct 21 '15 at 23:39

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