SQLi Exploiter with SQLMap
Exploit SQL Injection vulnerabilities, extract data and demonstrate the risk of SQLi
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Here is a SQLi Exploiter with SQLMap sample report:
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|Target URL||This is the URL of the website that will be scanned. All URLs must start with http or https.|
|Method||Choose the HTTP method that will be used to send the requests. Choosing POST will also ask you for the POST Data you want to include in the payload.|
|POST Data||A string containing the data that will be sent through POST (e.g.: "id=1").|
|Enumeration||Choose which data you would like to extract from the database.|
|Light Crawling||Crawl the website up to second-level links and try to discover SQLi vulnerabilities automatically.|
|Advanced||Toggle advanced options.|
|Cookie header||HTTP Cookie header to include in each request. Useful when you want to conduct tests on a page after login (e.g.: "PHPSESSID=a8fh54s..").|
|Test parameters||A comma-separated list of parameters to be tested. If empty, SQLMap will try to determine the available parameters by itself.|
|Database type||Force SQLMap to only test payloads for this specific database. If none is specified, the tool will detect the database type by itself.|
|Prefix||String to prepend to each payload|
|Suffix||String to append to each payload|
|Tamper||Use the specified script to tamper (modify) payloads.|
|Level||The diversity of the tests performed. By default, SQLMap will test all GET and POST parameters specified / found. However, you can add additional entry points using the level option. For example, Level 2 adds HTTP Cookie testing, while Level 3 adds User Agent / Referer testing. The higher the level, the longer the scan takes.|
|Risk||How aggressive the tests should be. If you choose a higher risk, SQLMap will include more resource-intensive tests, which might make the database temporarily inaccessible to legitimate users (for the duration of the test). For example, Risk 2 will run heavy time-based SQL Injection queries alongside the default Risk 1 payloads. Also, the higher the risk, the longer the scan takes.|
|HTTP Code||HTTP code to match when a query is evaluated to True|
|Techniques||Choose which type of SQLi techniques to use. Default: all (BEUSTQ).|