MySqloit – SQL Injection Takeover Tool For LAMP

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MySqloit is a SQL Injection takeover tool focused on LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP) and WAMP (Windows, Apache, MySQL, PHP) platforms. It has the ability to upload and execute metasploit shellcodes through the MySql SQL Injection vulnerabilities. Attackers performing SQL injection on a MySQL-PHP platform must deal with several limitations and constraints.

For example, the lack of multiple statements in one query makes MySQL an unpopular platform for remote code execution, compared to other platforms. This tool is written to demostrate how remote code execution can be performed on a database connector that do not support stack queries.

Key Features

  • SQL Injection detection using time based injection method
  • Database fingerprint
  • Web server directory fingerprint
  • Payload creation and execution

MySqloit is currently only tested on Linux. This is a new tool though so we should expect more development soon, I hope some of you guys can test it out and let the author know what you think.

You can download MySqloit v0.1 here:

MySqloitv0.1.tar

Or read more here.


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3 Responses to MySqloit – SQL Injection Takeover Tool For LAMP

  1. hacker-soft September 4, 2009 at 3:17 am #

    A good tool. Thanks!

  2. kiran September 7, 2009 at 4:41 am #

    how to run this phython .py?
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    give me 1 example

  3. karan September 8, 2009 at 7:31 am #

    ./mysqloit.py or phython mysqloit.py