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SQL map uses the flaws in the application to interact with the DB. It still has to adhere to the DB rules, e.g. if the vulnerable application only has access to 1 database, SQLmap will only be able to interact with that database and so on.
So your question is basically: wouldn't the attacker, if operating your entrance node, be able to correlate the IP of the sender to [the recipient's] identity by identifying the key it's encrypted with No because the entrance node does not know this key. In short, the Tor client encrypts the traffic before it is sent to the entrance node and the ...
You need to move away from Windows if you really want to learn anything about "hacking". Yes, you can do some stuff with Cain and Abel and some GUI tools, but that isn't the right way to learn about computer security. This is where I started. First, become familiar with a beginner Linux distribution, the command line, and how it differs from Windows. There ...
First - Nessus checks for vulnerabilities. There's a massive array of places to get educated. If you're wanting to learn for illegal activities, you're on your own. If it's for ethical hacking aka penetration testing then check these out: The Basics of Hacking and Penetration Testing, Second Edition [Book] Sans.org [Classes, free white papers] OWASP [A-Z ...
In short, you don't need SOFTWARE, you need KNOWLEDGE. Seek that first, then the tools can help.
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