Python – Making A Simple SQL Injection Vulnerability Tester Tool
Hello, today we are making a MySQL SQL Injection vulnerability checking tool in python programming language. That’s why we named it Making A Simple SQL Injection Vulnerability Tester. It will work only on GET parameter using websites.
- Python: Noob Friendly Programming Language To Start Coding
- Manual SQL Injection – Basic Tutorial For Hack A Website
Things you need:
– Python 3.4
– Internet Connection
– A vulnerable website
– Computer with Windows or Linux
For Windows users, If you haven’t got installed Python yet, download it from the following link:
Finding a website for testing
For more info about SQLi: How to Hack Website Using Sql Map in Kali Linux – Sql Injection
Step By Step Code your first simple SQLi checking vulnerability with Python:
Before starting coding, make a new .py file.
Importing main libraries
This time we will use sys, urllib and urllib.request modules, so import those 3 by using import sys, urllib, urllib.request or import sys, import urllib and import urllib.request in the new line.
Explanation: ‘import’ is used for importing libraries, such as urllib or os, system.
Selecting the input type
Now we need to select the input type, the first one is pretty simple, the other one is harder. This time we will use the first one, but it does not affect other lines of code.
- 1) Use input(“”) commands to get user input. This time it will be:
fullurl = input(“Please specify the full vulnerable url: “)
Explanation: ‘variable = input(“Input: “)’ sets the var ‘variable’ to user input, ‘Input: ‘ is the text seen by the user at the input line.
- 2) Use arguments for specifying the data:
for carg in sys.argv:if carg == “-w”:
- argnum = sys.argv.index(carg)
- argnum += 1
- fullurl = sys.argv[argnum]
Coding the program to make an web request
This is the most important part.
- resp = urllib.request.urlopen(fullurl + “=1′ or ‘1’ = ‘1””)
- body = resp.read()
- fullbody = body.decode(‘utf-8’)
Explanation: the resp variable is set to the request response, body – to the response text, fullbody – to the decoded request text, ‘+’ is the addition variable on Python, is the escape character.
Making the program to check if the target is vulnerable
Now, once we have the response, we have to check if it contains SQL errors.
We will use this code for that:
- if “You have an error in your SQL syntax” in fullbody:
- print (“The website is classic SQL injection vulnerable!”)
- print (“The website is not classic SQL injection vulnerable!”)
Explanation: We use ‘if’ macro for checking if there’s the specified text in the response.
Scanner with first type of getting user input
with second type
So yeah, that’s it!
Save the file, open cmd and run ‘python filename.py’ and input the requested info, if you were using the second method, use ‘python filenamy.py -w website’. It will check if the site’s vulnerable .
The copied code may not work, please rewrite it to your file .
If you had errors in syntax!
- Unexpected indendity shows up when there are problems with tabs.
- Problems with syntax are mostly showing up on problems with macros. If this error occured, please check your macros validity.
How to prevent simple SQL injection
Preventing SQLi ON MYSQL if very simple. Just use mysql_real_escape string for queries, as example:
- $query = sprintf(“SELECT * FROM users where user=’%s’ AND password=’%s’,
ADVICE: after having success on this scanner, try to making a heartbleed exploiter