sqlmap is an open source penetration testing tool that automates the process of detecting and exploiting SQL injection flaws and taking over of back-end database servers. It comes with a broad range of features, from database fingerprinting to fetching data from the DB and even accessing the underlying file system and executing OS commands via out-of-band connections. The authors recommend using the development release from their Subversion repository.
For downloads and more information,
visit the sqlmap homepage.
Yeah sqlmap is great if you're not doing anything blind. then it's a son of a bitch and God forbid you ask that dude over at git hub because he's a prick and doesn't tend to be particularly helpful. my results with it have been meh.
sqlmap is an incredible tool. As soon as I spot a potential SQL injection vulnerability, I run sqlmap. It figures out so many things all by itself, which impresses me the most and I dumped several databases with it in pentests already.
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