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So I read over this, this and this. I understand WHAT an sql injection is and the different TYPES of sql. But none of these guides give a definitive example on how to find, enumerate and exploit the different injection by hand. I'm looking for an answer to explain how to MANUALLY run through an sql injection process. If possible, please show examples for the different type of injections and how to enumerate different pieces of information critical to an sqli attack.

A few references;

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How about this?

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This is a really good resource, but as a rule we try to avoid links without explanation. It would be wonderful if you could find the time to come back and summarize the core parts of the article you've linked to. – Jeff Ferland Oct 9 '12 at 5:56

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