Online SQL Injection Tool for HTTP POST method

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Scan your web apps for SQLi vulnerabilities with this tool for HTTP POST method.

Online SQL Injection Tool for HTTP POST method

With free and online SQL injection scanning tool, you can scan SQL Injection vulnerabilities for query parameters sent with the HTTP POST method. Furthermore, you can either export this scan's result as PDF or watch all scanning processes as video.

The attacks by interfering with dynamic SQL statements running on the target system are called SQL Injection attacks, and the resulting vulnerability itself is called SQL Injection Vulnerability. You can access detailed information about SQL Injection vulnerability here.

On this page, forms that communicate with POST requests within a web page are automatically parsed and all parameters are tested with the SQLmap tool.

By analyzing your web page, we find the forms that communicate with the POST request and look for SQL Injection vulnerabilities in these form parameters.

If you want to perform SQL injection vulnerability tests with GET parameters, click here.

In order to be able to scan in the most accurate way, it is recommended to disable methods such as captcha, rate limiting.

Due to ethical concerns, you should verify that your website belongs to the site when checking for this vulnerability.

If there is a connection you suspect, you can use this tool that tests the SQL Injection vulnerability in the POST parameters for your web application.

Some Advice for Common Problems

You can apply the following methods to avoid SQL Injection vulnerability.

  • Where SQL queries are made by taking input from the user (for dynamic queries), parameter binding (also known as prepared statements) should be applied. Stored procedures can be preferred.
  • User inputs should never be trusted, all inputs should be processed after filtering. While filtering, instead of blocking individual characters (black-listing), a certain character string should be allowed, and the remaining characters should be blocked (white-listing).
  • While making a database connection, the principle of least privileges should be applied. The connection should be provided by giving limited access to the necessary places. No connection to the database should be made with authorized users such as "root", "SA".
  • Critical data should be encrypted in the database, not in plain text.
  • A custom error page should be created and displayed at the time of error so that the database information is not exposed during an exception that may occur in the web application.

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