We recently found a threat "HTTP SQL Injection Attempt" (ID = 30514) with the application "facebook-mail".
We found that information quite strange. What does it mean exactly?
Was there some patterns (for example a SQL specific pattern) in the mail?
I had a packets capture, but I wasn't be able to find something interesting in there.
I'm sure that some experts here can help me to understand that point.
I checked the PCAP you sent but since it was incomplete, I couldn't see the HTTP contents.
The very likely cause of the signature triggering would be that there was a URL contained within the traffic which contained SQL injection traffic. If you have the entire PCAP available, I can help in analyzing that.
The PCAP is the only pcap i have (obtained from the Appliance with the option "packet capture" on my vulnerabilities profiles).
Is it possible to obtain more complete captures in the future?
I assume you are right about the URL containing the SQL injection, unfortunately, it seems no possible to check now...
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