Is data sanitize required after using PHP Prepared Statement?

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If you are using Prepared statements in php for all your queries, then do you still need to sanitize user inputs?

Is any other data sanitize required to prevent sql injection or any other kind of security threat from user inputs??

Let’s say if the code is like this:

$query = “INSERT INTO user (name, email, desg, inst, country, address) VALUES (?,?,?,?,?,? )”;
$stmt = $con ->stmt_init();
$stmt -> prepare ($query);
$stmt -> bind_param(‘ssssss’,$name, $email, $desg, $inst, $country, $address);
$stmt ->execute();


Last edited by aditya2012; Today at 02:40 PM.

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