As for SQL injection, unfortunately there is no easy solution. The remediation for SQL injection is the same for .NET as it is with any other language. Validate user input and use parameterized queries. As is the case with.NET and XSS, I predict a solution will also end up being integrated right into the language so that anytime developers make calls to the database this will all be done automatically to ensure secure code.
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