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Re: SQL injection (or not?)
From: "A. Ramos" <aramosf () unsec net>
Date: Wed, 9 Aug 2006 13:37:36 +0200

If its ASP, and the Server header show IIS, you have high probabilties
that its MSSQL...

Try to exploit with abshinte, bobcat or something similar.

I like SqlInjector from Spidynamics.

Good luck.

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A. Ramos  <aka dab>
mailto: <aramosf () unsec net>
http://www.unsec.net


On 8/8/06, rr () neo dtcom lv <rr () neo dtcom lv> wrote:
Hi.

I'm having weird situation with sql injection (I guess). Unfortunately there is
no error message displayed - blind injection, so all that I know - query is
valid or not.

script.aspx?parameter=' and 'a'%2b'a'='aa
no result, aparently query is invalid, so it is not MSSQL, kind of



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