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Pangolin-Automated SQL Injection Test Tool

SQL injection is the biggest and rising threat for web applications, by using this injection an attacker may easily find the information about database management and an attacker may exploit it, so while penetration testing a pen-tester must consider this threat for web applications. 

It is a good practise to test your web application for different vulnerabilities by using some automatic tools, in the era of these tools there is Pangolin.
Pangolin is an automatic SQL injection penetration testing tool that has been developed by NOSEC. The main goal of this tool is to detect the SQL vulnerabilities on a web application to protect the application from miscellaneous user(s).

Once it detects one or more SQL injections on the target host, the user can choose among a variety of options to perform an extensive back-end database management system fingerprint, retrieve DBMS session user and database, enumerate users, password hashes, privileges, databases, dump entire or user"s specific DBMS tables/columns, run his own SQL statement, read specific files on the file system and more.It is just like SQL Map 


Database Support 
  • Access
  • DB2
  • MS SQL
  • My SQL
  • Informix
  • PostgreSQL
  • Sqlite
  • Etc 
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Tutorial
Usage is so simple after installation open Pangolin and than paste your desired link on the URL section than press play button to execute it.





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Pangolin-Automated SQL Injection Test Tool Reviewed by Ethical Hacking on 6:38 AM Rating: 5

4 comments:

  1. Is this better than Havij????????

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  2. I guess it is better than havij or may be it is quite similar to havij. any way thanks for sharing...

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  3. Ya thanks Irfan bhai for sharing this info.......

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  4. Every tools has its own importance, to sharing these tools is not meant to compare to each other.

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