Droid SQLi Android

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Droid SQLi lets you perform SQL injections into a target URL. The attacker only needs to provide a vulnerable URL and the tool will attack it automatically

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An SQL injection is a technique used to attack data-based applications by inserting malicious SQL code to alter the normal functioning of the program. This is a serious security error that can do a lot of damage.

What is Droid SQLi used for?

According to its developer Edgard Chammas, the DroidSQLi application lets attackers perform the SQL injection into a target URL, always for educational purposes and without any guarantee that it will work properly. The user who wants to try it will be solely responsible for the possible result.

If you consider yourself to be brave enough, you 'just' have to find a vulnerable destination URL and the app will start the SQL injection attack fully automatically. If the process works, the names of the accessible databases will appear on the interface and all the necessary information can be obtained by clicking on them.

Requirements and additional information:
  • Minimum operating system requirements: Android 4.1.
  • The installation of the app by means of the APK file requires the activation of the "Unknown sources" option within Settings>Applications.
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