18 January 2010 | 8,768 views

Microsoft SQL Server Fingerprint Tool – BETA4

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This is a tool that performs version fingerprinting on Microsoft SQL Server 2000, 2005 and 2008, using well known techniques based on several public tools that identifies the SQL Version. The strength of this tool is that it uses probabilistic algorithm to identify the version of the Microsoft SQL Server.

The “Microsoft SQL Server Fingerprint Tool” can also be used to identify vulnerable versions of Microsoft SQL Server – it is based on some techniques used by Exploit Next GenerationTM to perform automated penetration test.

This is a very new tool and is in the BETA stage, so please do download it, try it out and give some feedback to the author.

You can download mssqlfp here:

mssqlfp-BETA4.exe

Or read more here.

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