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Re: http://www.governmentsecurity.org/
From: bradcausey () gmail com
Date: 4 Aug 2006 20:43:27 -0000

I agree. However, he had mentioned he was inserting data into tables. I assume this is for actions tracking to reduce 
liability and for detailed reporting. (Thats how I prefer to do it.)
Thats why I mentioned it.

In addition, I usually don't have query analyzer open when I'm doing a black-box pen-test. I'm usually at a field or 
form on an intranet site or internet site of the company.

I agree that if the situation is conductive of using standard database tools, that is great.

-Brad Causey

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