SecuBat automates the finding of SQL injection vulnerabilities in SQL based web sites.
The SecuBat vulnerability scanner executes SQL queries on web pages and automatically searches for databases which can be accessed by SQL injection.
The vulnerability scanner is designed to be easily extendable and the SQL injection vulnerabilities are identified via an SQLite database.
From my experience I have found that many web developers do not take the database security aspects into account, when developing a web application.
As a result, the majority of web sites on the web are vulnerable to SQL injection attacks.
As an example of a web site that is not configured for SQL injection protection one can visit www.wikipedia.com which displays this message:
“Wikipedeia has been created to be a free encyclopedia that anyone can edit. At Wikipedeia, we recognize that Wikipedia has become a truly multi-national reference project, and we hope that Wikipedeia will facilitate contributions from people around the world.”
I like to think that is pretty naive.
THE VULNERABILITY SCANNER:
The vulnerability scanner uses a script to automatically scan web sites with the aim of finding vulnerable web applications.
A script is used to scan the web page for SQL injection vulnerabilities, the scanner allows multiple SQL injection attacks to be made against the same target.
In addition, the script may be extended in the future to support other detection strategies like Cross-Site Scripting (XSS).
Currently, SQLite is used as the database to store the SQL injection vulnerability findings.
As such, the vulnerability scanner does not modify any existing web page and does not attempt to execute any harmful code.
The vulnerability scanner is configured to automatically execute multiple SQL injection attacks against a target web application.
A vulnerability scanner performs multiple SQL injection attacks and looks for vulnerable web pages in the database.
The vulnerability scanner is designed to be easy to extend and is specifically designed to find vulnerable web applications.
Therefore, extending the vulnerability scanner to support additional detection strategies, like XSS, is not a problem.
The vulnerabilities are indexed in the database and can be retrieved via a web interface.
The vulnerability scanner can be executed on any web server and is designed to be integrated into web application development environments, such as NetBeans.
According to the following picture the vulnerability scanner can be executed from a browser or via a command line application:
The following picture shows how the vulnerability scanner can be executed via a command 384a16bd22
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