Dissecting the SQL Injection Tools Used By Hackers
The tool is designed with a user-friendly GUI that makes it easy for an operator to retrieve the desired data. Such ease of use may be the reason behind the transition from attacks deployed by code-writing hackers to those by non-technical users. Havij was published during , and since its, release several other automatic SQL Injection tools such as sqlmap were introduced.
Hacking is child’s play – SQL injection with Havij by 3 year old
In this first pst, we will take a look at SQL injection. The Tool: One notable change over the last couple years is an increase in SQL injection attacks. In the past, remote file inclusion attacks dominated.
But now, SQL injection attacks have increased substantially, in particular attacks using the attack tool “Havij”. Its capabilities are similar to tools like Absinthe and sqlmap.
Personally, I think sqlmap is a more capable tool but it is not as easy to use as a click-kiddie friendly tool like Havij. Havij is distributed by itsecteam, an Iranian security company. The word “Havij” translates to “carrot” and indeed, Havij uses a carrot as icon. Havij works ok with simple GET requests. It does support POST but in my limited testing appears to be less reliable. In its default setting, Havij is easily identified by its user agent: Each statement selects static “random” hex strings to make it easy to identify them in the response.
Defense Of course the best defense is to avoid SQL injection vulnerabilities in the first place. Did I mention yet that you should use prepared statements whenever possible? That and decent input validation will pretty much eliminate the problem.
Now I also know, that you probably got plenty of legacy applications and applications you didn’t code. In these cases, you need a “quick fix”. You could for example block the Havij user agent at your Intrustion Protection System or your web application firewall. This string shouldn’t have a huge false positive rate. We covered SQL Injection a few times before: Thanks to a reader for pointing out that Havij means carrot and that itsecteam is Iranian.
A free with limited functionalities version is available. Installation Installation is available here: All you need to do is to uncompress and install. Note Installation over Wine has been tested and Havij seems compatible. Usage Target selection Target: Enter the URL corresponding to the target.
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