SQLbit - Just Another Script For Automatize Boolean-Based Blind SQL Injections

A script for automatize boolean-based blind SQL injections. Works with SQLite at least, supports using cookies. It uses bitwise comparisons with multithreading to find cell values instead of binary search, which is more efficient.It's able to:Search cell values by columns in a tableSearch characters count in a cells by columns in a tableSearch rows count in a tableThe search algorithm is shown below. Knowing the name of its column ('sqlite_master' by default in sqlite, for example) and the column name of it ('name' in sqlite) you can find values ​​of every cell in every row. And the fastest algorithm for this is checking the binary values of every character in every cell, which can be perform using multiple threads. Considering this, we can send only 7 requests to get the standard 7-bit letter, and using 1000 threads, we get ~142 letters per moment (it's also worth keeping in mind requests to get the length of a cell value). The number of bits need to compare (7 by default for ASCII) and the number of threads can be specified as input data.Installinggit clone https://github.com/Sunlight-Rim/sqlbit.gitpip3 install -r requirements.txtUsageIt does not accept command line arguments, so you can specify data in the config file or at runtime program.python sqlbit.py Note: please, use it only for your own servers or for the servers of those owners with whom you have agreed in advance.Download SQLbit

SQLbit - Just Another Script For Automatize Boolean-Based Blind SQL Injections


A script for automatize boolean-based blind SQL injections.
Works with SQLite at least, supports using cookies.
It uses bitwise comparisons with multithreading to find cell values instead of binary search, which is more efficient.

It's able to:

  • Search cell values by columns in a table
  • Search characters count in a cells by columns in a table
  • Search rows count in a table

The search algorithm is shown below.
Knowing the name of its column ('sqlite_master' by default in sqlite, for example) and the column name of it ('name' in sqlite) you can find values ​​of every cell in every row. And the fastest algorithm for this is checking the binary values of every character in every cell, which can be perform using multiple threads. Considering this, we can send only 7 requests to get the standard 7-bit letter, and using 1000 threads, we get ~142 letters per moment (it's also worth keeping in mind requests to get the length of a cell value).


 

The number of bits need to compare (7 by default for ASCII) and the number of threads can be specified as input data.

Installing

git clone https://github.com/Sunlight-Rim/sqlbit.git
pip3 install -r requirements.txt

Usage

It does not accept command line arguments, so you can specify data in the config file or at runtime program.

python sqlbit.py


 

Note: please, use it only for your own servers or for the servers of those owners with whom you have agreed in advance.