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How to include multiple parameters in sqlmap POST request

You can just comma-separate the parameters you want to test. In a GET request: $ sqlmap -u "http://example.com/?a=1&b=2&c=3" -p "a,b" In a POST request: $ sqlmap -u "http://example.com/" --...
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sqlmap load https request using "-r REQUESTFILE Load HTTP request from a file"

Found two possible solutions from https://github.com/sqlmapproject/sqlmap/wiki/Usage. --force-ssl: C:\Users\Oscar\Desktop\sqlmap-master>python sqlmap.py -r testsite.txt --level=5 risk=3 --force-...
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What are the consequences of increasing the "--risk" option of sqlmap?

--level By default sqlmap will test all GET and POST parameters specified, however in some cases you might want to test additional entry points such as HTTP headers. It is possible to specify it with ...
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Never use stored session in sqlmap

use --flush-session sample: sqlmap --flush-session -u ....
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run sqlmap with http post request with encoding data

Sqlmap supports multiple ways to process parameters with custom code. You can use --eval to base64-encode a single parameter, like so: --eval "import base64; paramname = base64.b64encode(paramname)" ...
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How limit request rate of sqlmap?

From the SQLMap man pages: --delay=DELAY Delay in seconds between each HTTP request
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Is sqlmap scan detectable?

SQLMap works by sending a lot of different requests to the server. It is pretty easy to see the scan if you look at your server logs manually. If you want to do it programatically, just look for SQL ...
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Using sqlmap --crawl without asking questions

Try this out: --answers="follow=Y" --batch From SQLmap wiki: Act in non-interactive mode Switch: --batch If you want sqlmap to run as a batch tool, without any user's interaction when ...
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Possible to use sqlmap when URL changes after each request?

Tools are seldom written generic enough to handle obscure test-cases. It might be tempting to blame the tool for its shortcomings, but more often the problem is obscure/non-generic, and should be ...
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Understanding SQLMAP payload

I assume that it is a MySQL database. 1749 (is greater that 0) and nQtm (valid alias - "variable name" for derived table) were chosen randomly by sqlmap. The problem with sleep(N) is that ...
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What's the best way to test for SQL Injection vulnerabilities? Manual or SQLMap?

Using SQLMap will be helpuf, since it scan for most well-known vulnerabilities and will save you some time and efford. But, the greatest threat is a hackers' imagination and ability to exploit ...
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What are the consequences of increasing the "--risk" option of sqlmap?

--risk is explained correctly in the answer by OscarAkaElvis. However, --level not only looks for parameters in more places ("injection points") such as cookies and other headers but also ...
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Using update with SQLMAP error

Now, this is... ekhm... not the best place to ask SQL syntax questions. The UPDATE operation does not have a FROM keyword in SQL. In other words a SELECT operation looks as follows: SELECT username ...
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SQLMAP injection point

Make sure your URL does not contain any SQL injection snippets. The URL should be valid. Also try using * on the parameter like so:http://mysite.com/test.php?id=* Make sure your request is a valid GET ...
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SQLMap Cookie Injectioin with Working Manual SQLi

First of MariaDB is supported through MySQL engine in SQLmap so the parameter you have there --dbms "MariaDB" is wrong. There are different reasons that each of your three commands are not ...
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techniques of sql injection (boolean based, UNION query-based, stacked queries and time-based blind)

Boolean based sql injection is useful when the server doesnt return any information to you which is often the case. If you can determine that the response is different based on whether the sql ...
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How to make sqlmap exploit an SQLi vulnerability

Since you mentioned that you found a boolean based blind SQli, you will require a sqlmap input such as the one below: #sqlmap -u "http://host/path?param=123" --technique=B --level=5 --risk=3 --random-...
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MariaDB SQL Injection vulnerability?

I could be wrong, but I'm fairly certain that your main problem is that you are attempting to do mysql injection wrong. As a general rule of thumb, if a payload can trigger an SQL syntax error then ...
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How to make Sqlmap obtain administrator rights for database?

1) If you are inserting into a SELECT/UPDATE/DELETE query you can only issue INSERT statements if stacked queries are available (you have to close the original query and start a new SQL statement). ...
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Can sqlmap be used on telnet?

SQLmap has no native support for Telnet, and it's not clear that it would handle typical telnet (or similar protocol) responses in a useful way: it makes use of (among other things) the status code ...
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SQL injection with an auto-incrementing parameter

You can use the --eval parameter of SQLMap, in theory: -data='{"id": 1}' --eval "f = open('cnt.txt','r+'); id = int(f.readline()); f.seek(0,0); f.write(str(id+1)); f.close()" See http://aetherlab....
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Dump specific rows from database using sqlmap

You can use --where to specify a constraint (for example you could do --where "ID=1000" to return only the record with an ID of 1000) or you can use the standard --start/--stop parameters. As per ...
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Is there any way to find all the endpoints for any website for sql injection?

There are quite a few tools out there that can help find vulnerabilities, such as SQL injection points - none of these will find all of them. Blackbox testing - This is described by Vipul in his ...
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Can sqlmap test for SQL injection in Basic Authentication?

For the record I was able to do this with sqlmap -u "[URL]" --headers="Authorization: Basic *" --ignore-code 401 --tamper=base64encode --suffix=":password"
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Why are MySQL injections more limited than MS-SQL attacks?

why it appears MySQL is ... Appears to whom? Appears to you? Only you know that. In security there is no "appears". Either particular attack is possible or not. Nothing in this whole video ...
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SQLMap: How to dump tables that begin with a specific letter?

$ python sqlmap.py -u "http://192.168.136.131/sqlmap/firebird/get_int.php?id=1"\ --dump -T users [...] Database: Firebird_masterdb Table: USERS [4 entries] +----+--------+------------+ | ID | NAME |...
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Insert query in sqlmap causes error

Instead of modifying/continuing the 'current' query with a Boolean-, Error-, Time- or Union-based injection (for example ' OR 1=1 --) which normally makes it possible to only read out all databases, ...
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SQLMap deleted database items

Maybe you used the option --risk with a value higher than 1. from the official doc: The default value is 1 which is innocuous for the majority of SQL injection points. Risk value 2 adds to the ...
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Vega shows SQL injection vulnerablity but sqlmap says no

It's possible that their could be some blind (time-based) SQL injection vulnerabilities present, you may not have "gone deep enough" with SQLMap. By default, SQLMap does not attempt all SQLi methods. ...
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Vega shows SQL injection vulnerablity but sqlmap says no

If the application is querying a database for appname, then most likely you have a SQL injection. To test the url with sqlmap run the command: sqlmap -u "app.php?app=appname" -p "app" Here is a ...
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