How to Use SQLi Dumper V8 to Exploit SQL Injection Vulnerabilities
SQL injection is a common web application security flaw that allows attackers to access sensitive data from a database. SQLi Dumper V8 is a tool that automates the process of detecting and exploiting SQL injection vulnerabilities. In this article, we will show you how to use SQLi Dumper V8 to dump data from vulnerable websites.
What is SQLi Dumper V8
SQLi Dumper V8 is a windows tool that can scan websites for SQL injection vulnerabilities, test them, and dump data from them. It can also generate custom payloads, bypass WAFs, and crack hashes. SQLi Dumper V8 is the latest version of the tool, released in 2022 by Stephanny. It has a clean and user-friendly interface, and it supports various types of SQL injection attacks, such as error-based, blind, time-based, union-based, and stacked queries.
How to Download and Install SQLi Dumper V8
You can download SQLi Dumper V8 from this link. The file size is 1.9 MB and the password is learntocrack.com. After downloading the file, extract it using WinRAR or 7-Zip. You will see a folder named SQLi Dumper V8.5 By Stephanny. Open it and run the file named SQLi Dumper.exe as administrator. You will see the main window of the tool.
How to Use SQLi Dumper V8
To use SQLi Dumper V8, you need to follow these steps:
Find a list of target URLs that you want to scan for SQL injection vulnerabilities. You can use tools like URL Extractor or Dork Generator to generate lists of URLs based on keywords or dorks.
Load the list of target URLs into SQLi Dumper V8 by clicking on the Import URLs button on the top left corner of the tool. You can also paste URLs manually or use online sources.
Select the type of scan you want to perform from the Scan Type drop-down menu on the top right corner of the tool. You can choose from Basic Scan, Deep Scan, or Custom Scan. Basic Scan will test for common SQL injection vulnerabilities, Deep Scan will test for advanced SQL injection vulnerabilities, and Custom Scan will let you specify your own payloads.
Click on the Start Scanner button on the bottom right corner of the tool. The tool will start scanning the target URLs and show you the results in the table below. The results will include the URL, status, type, database, version, user, and time.
Filter out the vulnerable URLs by clicking on the Filter button on the bottom left corner of the tool. You can filter by status (vulnerable or not), type (error-based, blind, etc.), database (MySQL, MSSQL, etc.), or version (5.x, 8.x, etc.).
Select the vulnerable URLs that you want to exploit by checking the boxes next to them. You can also select all by clicking on the Select All button on the bottom left corner of the tool.
Click on the Exploit button on the bottom right corner of the tool. The tool will open a new window where you can dump data from the vulnerable websites.
Select the database that you want to dump data from by clicking on it in the tree view on the left side of the window. You can also search for specific databases by using the Search Database option on the top left corner of the window.
Select the table that you want to dump data from by clicking on it in the tree view on the left side of the window. You can also search for specific tables by using the Search Table option on the top left corner of the window.
Select the columns that you want to dump data from by checking the boxes next to them in the table view on the right side of the window. You can also select all by clicking on Select All Columns button on