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Sql database is getting deleted by itself

My sql databases are deleted by someone or by itself. It doesn't happened at only once but multiple times and my website got crashed 8 times due to databse deletion since November.

I'm just guessing source of problem! I want to know the reason and problem to be rectified. 

 

I tried to make the copy of the database to make sure to have backup of database if the event occurs again. It was not linked to any user account. But the backup also got deleted on its own.

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@Nishant1 wrote:

My sql databases are deleted by someone or by itself. It doesn't happened at only once but multiple times and my website got crashed 8 times due to databse deletion since November.

I'm just guessing source of problem! I want to know the reason and problem to be rectified. 

 

I tried to make the copy of the database to make sure to have backup of database if the event occurs again. It was not linked to any user account. But the backup also got deleted on its own.


 

Hi @Nishant1,

I don't know the exact details of your problem, but all at once a chorus of voices shouted these words:

"MySQL injection!"

read this https://www.tutorialspoint.com/mysql/mysql-sql-injection.htm

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@Nishant1 wrote:

My sql databases are deleted by someone or by itself. It doesn't happened at only once but multiple times and my website got crashed 8 times due to databse deletion since November.

I'm just guessing source of problem! I want to know the reason and problem to be rectified. 

 

I tried to make the copy of the database to make sure to have backup of database if the event occurs again. It was not linked to any user account. But the backup also got deleted on its own.


 

Hi @Nishant1,

I don't know the exact details of your problem, but all at once a chorus of voices shouted these words:

"MySQL injection!"

read this https://www.tutorialspoint.com/mysql/mysql-sql-injection.htm

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Thanks @Retired, applied meassures to avoid sql injection. I hope that it will solve the issue.

Once again thank you very much!

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Hi @Nishant1,

glad to have helped, one more thing before I go though, run some good anti-viral software on your site just to make sure it's squeaky clean. Smiley Happy

I do think the same thing.

Regards,

Sanjay Singh

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