1. There's a few different signatures that involve SQL injection, namely 5234, 5235, 5259 and 5260. you can check them out here (http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/front.x/csec/idsAllList.pl). I don't believe there's one that deals with any injection state, the above sigs are all fairly specific.
2. You can have the sensor report the sigs to NetForensics software directly, I'm not sure if it has diagrams but it does have a lot of good reporting tools. You can check it out at www.netforensics.com
Unfortunately, all of the SQL injection signatures we have are specific to a particular attack. There is not a generic signature that would cover this type of attack. In general though, we do try to develop generic signatures to catch variations of the same attack.
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