Many of you asked about the increase in appeals over the last several years.
Now we will specify the database using -D, the table using -T, and then request the columns using --columns.
I hope you guys are starting to get the pattern by now. It might contain the username and passwords of registered users on the website (hackers always look for sensitive data). Try to look at other columns and tables and see what you can dig up.
The number of growing appeals is a matter of simple math.
In each of the last six years, we have processed more than 1 million claims, and in the last four years we have broken records each year.
Now, if you were following along attentively, now we will be getting data from one of the columns. Okay, nothing great, but in the real world web pentesting, you can come across more sensitive data. Take a look at the previous tutorial on Manual SQl Injection which will help you find more interesting vulnerable sites.
While that hypothesis is not completely wrong, its time we go one step ahead. As usual, we will specify the database with -D, table with -T, and column with -C. Under such circumstances, the right thing to do is mail the admin of the website and tell him to fix the vulnerability ASAP. Now it is recommended that you go through the above tutorial once so that you can get an idea about how to find vulnerable sites.In this tutorial we'll skip the first few steps in which we find out whether a website is vulnerable or not, as we already know from the previous tutorial that this website is vulnerable.First off, you need to have Kali linux (or backtrack) up and running on your machine.Any other Linux distro might work, but you'll need to install Sqlmap on your own.Now we are obviously interested in acuart database.