The Delay/Fault Tolerant Mobile Sensor Network (DFT- MSN) and Mobile Peer to Peer network (MP2PN) have evolved at a tremendous rate in the last couple of years. As the networks are evolving so is the rate at which the queries are exchanged in between these net- work and the number of database accesses that need to be performed. The queries are getting complex due to the mobile nature of the nodes in these network and their eagerness to get the response accurately in short span of time because of their limited energy resources. In this paper we not only propose a set of SQL/TIQL queries that are exchanged between the pair of nodes in the DFT-MSN and MP2PN, but also portrays their execution on Oracle 9i Enterprise Edition Release 220.127.116.11.0 Production and expose how these queries are vulnerable to the SQL Injection attack which can either be launched manually or through the various propri- etary and open source SQL Injection tools.
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