Friday, May 02, 2008

Testing for SQL Server Vulnerabilities

I found this SQL Server Testing (not unit but vulnerability) page and decided I would post a link to it since it has some useful stuff. The link is below

Here is what is covered. Enjoy (or live in fear over the weekend)

1 Brief Summary
2 Short Description of the Issue
3 Black Box testing and example
3.1 SQL Server Peculiarities
3.2 Example 1: Testing for SQL Injection in a GET request.
3.3 Example 2: Testing for SQL Injection in a GET request (2).
3.4 Example 3: Testing in a POST request
3.5 Example 4: Yet another (useful) GET example
3.6 Example 5: custom xp_cmdshell
3.7 Example 6: Referer / User-Agent
3.8 Example 7: SQL Server as a port scanner
3.9 Example 8: Upload of executables
3.10 Obtain information when it is not displayed (Out of band)
3.11 Blind SQL injection attacks
3.11.1 Trial and error
3.11.2 In case more than one error message is displayed
3.11.3 Timing attacks
3.11.4 Checking for version and vulnerabilities
3.12 Example 9: bruteforce of sysadmin password
4 References

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