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SQL Injection

CHAPTER 1: SQL Basics:

  1. Introduction to SQL
  2. What is Database
  3. Working of Database
  4. Working of Schemas
  5. Working off the back Connections
  6. Creation of the Database
  7. Creation of Tables and Columns
  8. Insertion of the Data into the columns

CHAPTER 2: SQL Syntaxes (Important from a hacking point of view)

  1. SQL Select
  2. SQL Distinct
  3. SQL Where
  4. SQL And & Or
  5. SQL Order By
  6. SQL Insert Into
  7. SQL Update
  8. SQL Delete
  9. SQL Select Top
  10. SQL Like
  11. SQL Wildcards
  12. SQL In
  13. SQL Between
  14. SQL Aliases
  15. SQL Union
  16. SQL Select Into
  17. SQL Into Select
  18. SQL Create DB
  19. SQL Create Table
  20. SQL Constraints
  21. SQL Not Null
  22. SQL Unique
  23. SQL Primary Key
  24. SQL Foreign Key
  25. SQL Create Index
  26. SQL Drop
  27. SQL Alter
  28. SQL Auto Increment
  29. SQL Views
  30. SQL Dates
  31. SQL Null Values
  32. SQL Null Functions
  33. SQL Data Types
  34. SQL DB Data Types

CHAPTER 3: SQL Functions

  1. SQL Avg()
  2. SQL Count()
  3. SQL First()
  4. SQL Last()
  5. SQL Max()
  6. SQL Min()
  7. SQL Sum()
  8. SQL Group By
  9. SQL Having
  10. SQL Ucase()
  11. SQL Lcase()
  12. SQL Mid()
  13. SQL Len()
  14. SQL Round()
  15. SQL Now()
  16. SQL Format()

CHAPTER 4: URL’s

  1. The composition of the URL
  2. Working of URL
  3. Browser’s importance to SQL part
  4. The connection of URL with the Back-end Servers
  5. Maintenance of the URL’s for browsing effects
  6. Introduction to the URL Encoding
  7. Demonstration of the UTF-8, ASCII, hexa, and other encoding and decoding algorithms.

CHAPTER 5: Fundamentals of HTTP and HTTPS

  1. Introduction to Ports
  2. Explanation of the Working of WEB
  3. Demonstrations on the Ports Services are given by IANA
  4. Introduction to HTTP and HTTPS
  5. Working of headers
  6. Work on Getting a Web Page
  7. HTTP Requests and It’s Responses
  8. HTTP and HTTPS cookies
  9. Working and Storing Demos of Port Services Based Cookies
  10. Introduction to Meta Tags and It’s Working

CHAPTER 6: SQL Injection Basics:

  1. Introduction to SQL Injection
  2. Working of Small Example of SQL Injection
  3. Working of the String Based SQL Injection
  4. Demonstration of the Browser’s effect in attack.
  5. Introduction to Plug-ins and add-ons
  6. Working of Plug-ins and add-ons
  7. Effect of Different Plug-ins and add-ons
  8. Introduction to Google Dorks
  9. Demonstration of the Google Dorks
  10. Turning Search Engines into the Attacker’s Spy
  11. Difference Between the GET and POST Header Response

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CHAPTER 7: Error Based SQL Injection

  1. Introduction to Error Based SQL Injection
  2. Working and displaying of the URL value enumerations
  3. Introduction to the quote levels and their methodologies.
  4. Breaking of the Query with different Quotes
  5. Working of the Single Quotes
  6. Working of the Double Quotes
  7. Working of the Single Quotes with Magic Utilization.
  8. Working of the Double Quotes with Magic Utilization
  9. Working of the Single Quotes with the Magic Bracket’s
  10. Working of the Double Quotes with the Magic Brackets
  11. Introduction to the Balance of the URL
  12. Working on Special Character and their Utilizations
  13. Extraction of the Columns used by the Developer
  14. Adjoining of all the columns in one single URL
  15. Introduction to the fictitious values
  16. Role of fictitious values in URL presenting
  17. Enumerating the actual columns flaunt values on front-end
  18. Extraction of the complete database names
  19. Extraction of version
  20. Extraction of the current user working and his directories
  21. Extraction of the complete list of the table names
  22. Extraction of the complete list of the column names
  23. Introduction to the hex value algorithm
  24. Working of the hex value algorithm and conversion’s importance
  25. Working on the hex values for the URL encoding algorithms
  26. Extraction of the usernames and passwords for the panels
  27. Working on more Complexed examples of Error-Based

CHAPTER 8: Double Query Based SQL Injection

  1. Introduction to Double Query Injection
  2. Demonstration Partial Bits Extraction Algorithm
  3. Designing of the Algorithm for the attack at Back-end
  4. Demonstration of the various SQL functions
  5. Explanation and Demonstration of the True and False Statements
  6. Explanation and Demonstration of the Random Function Statements
  7. Explanation and Demonstration of the Rounding OFF Statements
  8. Introduction to the Logic Gates
  9. Mathematics Including to the Logic Gates
  10. How Logic Gates helpful in executing the attacks
  11. Introduction to the LIMIT function
  12. Demonstration and how limit function plays a vital role in the attack
  13. Rescuing off the whole algorithm design part
  14. Working on the URL encoding enumerating values
  15. Introduction to the quote levels and their methodologies.
  16. Breaking of the Query with different Quotes
  17. Working of the Single Quotes
  18. Working of the Double Quotes
  19. Working of the Single Quotes with Magic Utilization.
  20. Working of the Double Quotes with Magic Utilization
  21. Working of the Single Quotes with the Magic Bracket’s
  22. Working of the Double Quotes with the Magic Brackets
  23. Introduction to the Balance of the URL
  24. Working on Special Character and their Utilizations
  25. Extraction of the Columns used by the Developer
  26. Adjoining of all the columns in one single URL (Failure)
  27. Bypassing the Adjoining functions
  28. Replacement to the adjoining functions
  29. Introduction to the fictitious values
  30. Role of fictitious values in URL presenting
  31. Enumerating the actual columns flaunt values on front-end
  32. Extraction of the complete database names
  33. Extraction of the version number
  34. Extraction of the current user working and his directories
  35. Extraction of the complete list of the table names
  36. Extraction of the complete list of the column names
  37. Introduction to the hex value algorithm
  38. Working of the hex value algorithm and conversion’s importance
  39. Working on the hex values for the URL encoding algorithms
  40. Extraction of the usernames and passwords for the panels
  41. Working on More Complexed Algorithms Designing for Double Query Based SQL Injections

CHAPTER 9: Blind Query Based SQL Injection

  1. Introduction to Blind Query SQL Injection
  2. Enumerating the different ID values
  3. Differentiating the Blind SQL on ID value enumeration
  4. Defining Boolean Based and Time Based SQL Injection
  5. Explanation of the Boolean Based SQL Injection
  6. Designing of the Boolean Based SQL Algorithm
  7. Explanation and Demonstration of the True and False Statements
  8. Explanation and Demonstration of the AND, OR Statements
  9. Explanation and Demonstration of the Length Statements
  10. Explanation and Demonstration of the Substring Statement
  11. Explanation and Demonstration of the ASCII Statement Function
  12. Role of ASCII values in designing and executing of the Attacks
  13. Explanation and Demonstration of the True and False Statements for enumerating the data values over the guessing less than or greater than statement functions
  14. Monitoring of the true and false values based Statements
  15. Introduction to the Balance of the URL
  16. Working on Special Character and their Utilizations
  17. Extraction of the Columns used by the Developer
  18. Adjoining of all the columns in one single URL (Failure)
  19. Bypassing the Adjoining functions
  20. Replacement to the adjoining functions
  21. Introduction to the fictitious values
  22. Role of fictitious values in URL presenting
  23. Enumerating the actual columns flaunt values on front-end
  24. Extraction of the complete database names
  25. Extraction of a version number
  26. Extraction of the current user working and his directories
  27. Extraction of the complete list of the table names
  28. Extraction of the complete list of the column names
  29. Working on the hex values for the URL encoding algorithms
  30. Extraction of the usernames and passwords for the panels
  31. Introduction to the Time-Based Blind Query Injection
  32. Following up the main misconception over the attack
  33. Designing of the Time-Based Blind Query Injection Algorithm
  34. Explanation and Demonstration of the Sleep Statements
  35. Explanation and Demonstration of the IF and Else Statements
  36. An explanation for the importance of the NULL Statements
  37. Extraction of the Database Name, Version Number and Current User and it’s directories
  38. Extraction of the complete list of the table names
  39. Extraction of the complete list of the column names
  40. Extraction of the complete list of username and passwords.

CHAPTER 10: Source List Files

  1. Introduction to the Source Files
  2. Explanation for the Raw data produced in attack
  3. Dumping of the SQLI in a source outfile
  4. Working on various other methodologies for dumping the queries

WORKING ON THE POST BASED METHODS

CHAPTER 11: Error Based SQL Injection

  1. Introduction to Error Based SQL Injection
  2. Working and displaying of the URL value enumerations
  3. Introduction to the quote levels and their methodologies.
  4. Breaking of the Query with different Quotes
  5. Working of the Single Quotes
  6. Working of the Double Quotes
  7. Working of the Single Quotes with Magic Utilization.
  8. Working of the Double Quotes with Magic Utilization
  9. Working of the Single Quotes with the Magic Bracket’s
  10. Working of the Double Quotes with the Magic Brackets
  11. Introduction to the Balance of the URL
  12. Working on Special Character and their Utilizations
  13. Extraction of the Columns used by the Developer
  14. Adjoining of all the columns in one single URL
  15. Introduction to the fictitious values
  16. Role of fictitious values in URL presenting
  17. Enumerating the actual columns flaunt values on front-end
  18. Extraction of the complete database names
  19. Extraction of version
  20. Extraction of the current user working and his directories
  21. Extraction of the complete list of the table names
  22. Extraction of the complete list of the column names
  23. Introduction to the hex value algorithm
  24. Working of the hex value algorithm and conversion’s importance
  25. Working on the hex values for the URL encoding algorithms
  26. Extraction of the usernames and passwords for the panels
  27. Working on more Complexed examples of Error-Based

CHAPTER 12: Double Query Based SQL Injection

  1. Introduction to Double Query Injection
  2. Demonstration Partial Bits Extraction Algorithm
  3. Designing of the Algorithm for the attack at Back-end
  4. Demonstration of the various SQL functions
  5. Explanation and Demonstration of the True and False Statements
  6. Explanation and Demonstration of the Random Function Statements
  7. Explanation and Demonstration of the Rounding OFF Statements
  8. Introduction to the Logic Gates
  9. Mathematics Including to the Logic Gates
  10. How Logic Gates helpful in executing the attacks
  11. Introduction to the LIMIT function
  12. Demonstration and how limit function plays a vital role in the attack
  13. Rescuing off the whole algorithm design part
  14. Working on the URL encoding enumerating values
  15. Introduction to the quote levels and their methodologies.
  16. Breaking of the Query with different Quotes
  17. Working of the Single Quotes
  18. Working of the Double Quotes
  19. Working of the Single Quotes with Magic Utilization.
  20. Working of the Double Quotes with Magic Utilization
  21. Working of the Single Quotes with the Magic Bracket’s
  22. Working of the Double Quotes with the Magic Brackets
  23. Introduction to the Balance of the URL
  24. Working on Special Character and their Utilizations
  25. Extraction of the Columns used by the Developer
  26. Adjoining of all the columns in one single URL (Failure)
  27. Bypassing the Adjoining functions
  28. Replacement to the adjoining functions
  29. Introduction to the fictitious values
  30. Role of fictitious values in URL presenting
  31. Enumerating the actual columns flaunt values on front-end
  32. Extraction of the complete database names
  33. Extraction of the version number
  34. Extraction of the current user working and his directories
  35. Extraction of the complete list of the table names
  36. Extraction of the complete list of the column names
  37. Introduction to the hex value algorithm
  38. Working of the hex value algorithm and conversion’s importance
  39. Working on the hex values for the URL encoding algorithms
  40. Extraction of the usernames and passwords for the panels
  41. Working on More Complexed Algorithms Designing for Double Query Based SQL Injections

CHAPTER 13: Blind Query Based SQL Injection

  1. Introduction to Blind Query SQL Injection
  2. Enumerating the different ID values
  3. Differentiating the Blind SQL on ID value enumeration
  4. Defining Boolean Based and Time Based SQL Injection
  5. Explanation of the Boolean Based SQL Injection
  6. Designing of the Boolean Based SQL Algorithm
  7. Explanation and Demonstration of the True and False Statements
  8. Explanation and Demonstration of the AND, OR Statements
  9. Explanation and Demonstration of the Length Statements
  10. Explanation and Demonstration of the Substring Statement
  11. Explanation and Demonstration of the ASCII Statement Function
  12. Role of ASCII values in designing and executing of the Attacks
  13. Explanation and Demonstration of the True and False Statements for enumerating the data values over the guessing less than or greater than statement functions
  14. Monitoring of the true and false values based Statements
  15. Introduction to the Balance of the URL
  16. Working on Special Character and their Utilizations
  17. Extraction of the Columns used by the Developer
  18. Adjoining of all the columns in one single URL (Failure)
  19. Bypassing the Adjoining functions
  20. Replacement to the adjoining functions
  21. Introduction to the fictitious values
  22. Role of fictitious values in URL presenting
  23. Enumerating the actual columns flaunt values on front-end
  24. Extraction of the complete database names
  25. Extraction of a version number
  26. Extraction of the current user working and his directories
  27. Extraction of the complete list of the table names
  28. Extraction of the complete list of the column names
  29. Working on the hex values for the URL encoding algorithms
  30. Extraction of the usernames and passwords for the panels
  31. Introduction to the Time-Based Blind Query Injection
  32. Following up the main misconception over the attack
  33. Designing of the Time-Based Blind Query Injection Algorithm
  34. Explanation and Demonstration of the Sleep Statements
  35. Explanation and Demonstration of the IF and Else Statements
  36. An explanation for the importance of the NULL Statements
  37. Extraction of the Database Name, Version Number and Current User and it’s directories
  38. Extraction of the complete list of the table names
  39. Extraction of the complete list of the column names
  40. Extraction of the complete list of username and passwords.

CHAPTER 14: Cookie Header Injection

  1. Introduction to the Cookies
  2. Working of the Cookies
  3. Role of Cookies in the Injection Parameters
  4. Working on the Valid Cookie Parameter Injections
  5. Introduction to the Cookie Grabbers
  6. Working of the Cookie Grabbers
  7. Demonstration of the simplest cookie grabbing
  8. Generation of the Error and Balancing the query
  9. Monitoring the Cookie Values (the format ASCII checking)
  10. Execution of the Attack
  11. Grabbing the Database name and the version number
  12. Extraction of the complete list of the table names
  13. Extraction of the complete list of the column names
  14. Extraction of the usernames and passwords
  15. Working on a complexed form of the Cookie Header Injection
  16. Introduction to the Crypt values of the HTTP based services
  17. Misconception for the Crypt and the Encode Values
  18. Working on the Encoder algorithm (Base-64)
  19. Decoding the encoded grabbed values.
  20. Hijacking the Session during the specific time enumeration
  21. Designing the attack algorithm for such formats of the encoders
  22. Generation of the Error over such platforms
  23. Balancing of the Errors generated with special characters
  24. Extraction of the complete database name from decoded values
  25. Extraction of the complete version number from decoded values
  26. Extraction of the complete table names from decoded values
  27. Extraction of the complete column names from decoded values
  28. Extraction of the usernames and passwords from decoded values
  29. Examples of more complexed cookie header injections and their monitoring based attacks.

CHAPTER 15: Injection for the more Complexed Form Designed by Developers (Inserting value Statements chunked by Developer)

  1. Working on the PHP based coding beds
  2. Designing the algorithm for the blocked coded values
  3. Monitoring of the block-chain values
  4. Introduction to the Temper dumped data
  5. Configuring of the plug-ins to grab the tempered data
  6. Monitoring of the HTTP/HTTPS sniffed data
  7. Dumping of the useful Grabbed data
  8. Introduction to the Uagents Field and Submitting the Validations
  9. Introduction and working of the Burp-Suite
  10. Intercepting the Proxies and working on the sniffed proxy Socket
  11. Fuzzing of the data and intercepting the generated values
  12. Balancing the generated values
  13. Grabbing the database name and version number
  14. Extraction of the Table names and Column names
  15. Extraction of the Username and Passwords

CHAPTER 16: Injections in the Updating Logged in Users (Hacking into Session Tokens)

  1. Monitoring of the Logged in Users
  2. Updation of the username and passwords by random users
  3. Working on the back-end for checking of the updating validating values.
  4. Fuzzing the web-apps for the generation of the error
  5. Updating the SET validating values
  6. Caution while working on the SET queries
  7. Fixing of the URL
  8. Working on Special Character and their Utilizations
  9. Extraction of the Columns used by the Developer
  10. Adjoining of all the columns in one single URL (Failure)
  11. Bypassing the Adjoining functions
  12. Replacement to the adjoining functions
  13. Introduction to the fictitious values
  14. Role of fictitious values in URL presenting
  15. Enumerating the actual columns flaunt values on front-end
  16. Extraction of the complete database names
  17. Extraction of a version number
  18. Extraction of the current user working and his directories
  19. Extraction of the complete list of the table names
  20. Extraction of the complete list of the column names
  21. Introduction to the hex value algorithm
  22. Working of the hex value algorithm and conversion’s importance
  23. Working on the hex values for the URL encoding algorithms
  24. Extraction of the usernames and passwords for the panels

CHAPTER 17: Bypassing the Black-List Filters, Add-lashes

  1. Introduction to the Add-lashes
  2. Demonstration and Working of the PHP based code testbed
  3. Working on the UTF-16 for the decoding and encoding of quotes
  4. Introduction the Impedance Mismatch code values
  5. Extraction of the complete database and its hand values
  6. Introduction to the Black-list filters and their URL encoded values
  7. Grabbing of the %- restoring validations
  8. Bypassing the SPACE restricted validations
  9. Extracting the complete database hand –on values

CHAPTER 18: Mod Security Firewalls Bypassation

  1. Introduction to the Mod Security Firewalls
  2. Configuring of the Firewalls to provide the security
  3. Configuring of the test-bed servers (Tomcat-Apache)
  4. Configuring of the java based JDK
  5. Difference between the JAVA and JSP based servers
  6. Working on both the test-bed platforms
  7. Extraction of the complete database hands-on

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