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Try removing the -f flag and parameter entirely. It will default to raw output, which will be written to whatever file you specify. This has worked for me many times.


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You need to figure out if the parameter is being parsed as an integer or a string (most probably as string). If the query is balanced and successful, It won't die(). try .. 1' order by 1-- - or .. 1 order by 1-- - If the first one returns an error, that means the parameter is being parsed as an integer so you don't need a quote (') to perform the ...


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First of all, they are three different concepts. And let me paste this block from the site you linked: Encoding is designed to protect the integrity of data as it crosses networks and systems, i.e. to keep its original message upon arriving, and it isn’t primarily a security function. It is easily reversible because the system for encoding is ...


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You rarely use encoding for integrity1. Encoding is used to transform some data in another format, usually because it is more suitable to the other system. For example, base64 is used because some systems may not react very well to some binary data. Encoding might only help you against transmission errors. (E.g. if the base64 data received contains an ...


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Encoding is not a mean to ensure integrity. Encoding is here for representation. You encode a string into base64 because it is easier/safer to use the symbols in the internet environment, e.g. URLs where some characters are difficult to convey and interpret correctly afterwards. UTF-8 is used because we need a wide space to represent foreign language ...



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