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Error-Based SQL Injection Vulnerability Scanner

This scanner identifies SQL Injection vulnerabilities through error messages returned by the server, indicating improper input validation and sanitization in handling SQL queries.


Short Info




Single Scan

Can be used by

Asset Owner

Estimated Time

60 sec

Scan only one


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Error-Based SQL Injection Vulnerability Scanner Detail

Vulnerability Overview:

Vulnerability: Error-Based SQL Injection
Detection Method: Error-Based SQL Injection Vulnerability Scanner
Severity: Critical
Impact: Error-based SQL Injection vulnerabilities allow attackers to execute arbitrary SQL commands through manipulating input data. Exploiting these vulnerabilities can lead to unauthorized access to database information, data leakage, and potentially full control over the database.

Vulnerability Details:

The scanner tests for SQL Injection by intentionally triggering SQL syntax errors through crafted input. It analyzes the server's response for specific error messages that indicate the underlying SQL engine's type and version. This method helps identify the injection point and the database's backend, facilitating targeted exploitation or further vulnerability assessment.

The Importance of Addressing SQL Injection:

Given its critical impact, addressing SQL Injection vulnerabilities is paramount. These vulnerabilities expose sensitive data and can compromise the entire database, leading to significant security breaches. Mitigating these issues is essential for protecting your applications from potential attacks and maintaining data integrity and confidentiality.

Why SecurityForEveryone?

SecurityForEveryone offers the Error-Based SQL Injection Vulnerability Scanner as part of a suite of advanced tools designed for comprehensive security assessments. Our platform enables you to detect, analyze, and remediate vulnerabilities effectively, with expert insights and actionable recommendations to enhance your cybersecurity posture.

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