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From the webcomic xkcd.
School: Hi, this is your son’s school.
We’re having some computer trouble.
Mom: Oh, dear — Did he break something?
School: In a way.
Did you really name your son Robert’); DROP TABLE Students;–?
Little Bobby Tables we call him.
School: Well, we’ve lost this year’s student records.
I hope you’re happy.
From the evidence that Mrs.
Roberts has two children, a daughter named Elaine, and a younger son named Bobby (presumably Little Bobby Tables aka “Robert’); DROP TABLE students;–“), we can assume that she is the same mother from 327: Exploits of a Mom.
Of course, the title text here explains that Elaine is only her middle name (assuming.
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Posted: (6 days ago) Additionally, the title text references comic 327: Exploits of a Mom in which Mrs.
Roberts puts SQL instructions into her son’s name so that it will mess with the database at school.
His middle name supposedly would be ‘); DROP TABLE students;–, which is something incomprehensible about dropping tables.
If this is indeed Bobby Tables shown trying to get into using his pet and street name, then he has grown considerably since his last appearance in 327: Exploits of a Mom where he talks to his mother Mrs.
— Input: Robert’); DROP TABLE students; — school=> INSERT INTO students VALUES (‘Robert’); DROP TABLE students; –‘); INSERT 0 1 DROP TABLE The SQL injection here is the result of the name of the student terminating the statement and including a separate DROP TABLE command; the two dashes at the end of the input are intended to comment out.
Immortalized by “Little Bobby Drop Tables ” in XKCD 327, SQL injection (SQLi) was first discovered in 1998, yet continues to plague web applications across the internet.
Even the OWASP Top Ten lists.
Roberts receives a call from her son’s school.
The caller, likely one of the school’s administrators, asks if she really named her son Robert’); DROP TABLE Students;–, a rather unusual name.
 Perhaps surprisingly, Mrs.
Roberts responds in the affirmative, claiming that she uses the nickname “Little Bobby Tables.
“As the full name is read into the school’s.
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