Non-SQL Invokable Control Element with Excessive Number of Data Resource Accesses

The software contains a client with a function or method that contains a large number of data accesses/queries that are sent through a data manager, i.e., does not use efficient database capabilities.


Description

This issue can make the software perform more slowly. If the relevant code is reachable by an attacker, then this performance problem might introduce a vulnerability.

While the interpretation of "large number of data accesses/queries" may vary for each product or developer, CISQ recommends a default maximum of 2 data accesses per function/method.

See Also

CISQ Quality Measures - Efficiency

Weaknesses in this category are related to the CISQ Quality Measures for Efficiency. Presence of these weaknesses could reduce the efficiency of the software.

CISQ Quality Measures (2016) - Performance Efficiency

Weaknesses in this category are related to the CISQ Quality Measures for Performance Efficiency, as documented in 2016 with the Automated Source Code Performance Effic...

Bad Coding Practices

Weaknesses in this category are related to coding practices that are deemed unsafe and increase the chances that an exploitable vulnerability will be present in the ap...

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