Written by Pete Corey on Oct 24, 2016.

NoSQL injection is one of the most common vulnerabilities I find in Meteor applications.

I’m even starting to notice NoSQL injection vulnerabilities in other stacks and frameworks as well, like vanilla Node.js applications, and even Phoenix/Elixir applications.

I’ve written a short one page, five minute introduction to NoSQL injection for applications using MongoDB. My goal is to give you a quick primer on what the vulnerability looks like and how to fix it. That way, you’ll be able to identify it and seal up the vulnerability in your own applications.

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