yet another SQL injection

Here I am again, fishing MD5 hashed passwords along with usernames, after successfully exploiting an SQL injection vulnerability in a website. “the website identity will remain enclosed at the time being due to the sensitivity of the operation”

I had to tune my injection multiple times until I was able to extract full data at once and not byte-by-byte extraction.

In order to extract the complete ~950 hashes, I wrote a small python script to automate the process.

it was a great fun πŸ™‚

Enjoy and stay tuned for another hack!

2 Responses to “yet another SQL injection”

  1. πŸ˜€ funny, GG
    but why it’s snowing here? that disturbs readability :p

    PS: don’t you have a twitter account ?

  2. It’s snowing all over subdomains πŸ™‚
    that’s their way of saying “Happy new year!” πŸ˜›

    PS: no, I don’t.. they stole my PRECIOUS!! (

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