InQL - A Burp Extension for GraphQL Security Testing
A security testing tool to facilitate GraphQL technology security auditing efforts.
InQL can be used as a stand-alone script or as a Burp Suite extension.
inqlfrom Python will issue an Introspection query to the target GraphQL endpoint in order fetch metadata information for:
InQL can inspect the introspection query results and generate clean documentation in different formats such as HTML and JSON schema. InQL is also able to generate templates (with optional placeholders) for all known basic data types.
For all supported options, check the command line help:
usage: inql [-h] [--nogui] [-t TARGET] [-f SCHEMA_JSON_FILE] [-k KEY] [-p PROXY] [--header HEADERS HEADERS] [-d] [--generate-html] [--generate-schema] [--generate-queries] [--insecure] [-o OUTPUT_DIRECTORY]
optional arguments: -h, --help show this help message and exit --nogui Start InQL Without Standalone GUI [Jython-only] -t TARGET Remote GraphQL Endpoint (https:///graphql) -f SCHEMA_JSON_FILE Schema file in JSON format -k KEY API Authentication Key -p PROXY IP of web proxy to go through (http://127.0.0.1:8080) --header HEADERS HEADERS -d Replace known GraphQL arguments types with placeholder values (useful for Burp Suite) --generate-html Generate HTML Documentation --generate-schema Generate JSON Schema Documentation --generate-queries Generate Queries --insecure Accept any SSL/TLS certificate -o OUTPUT_DIRECTORY Output Directory
Since version 1.0.0 of the tool, InQL was extended to operate within Burp Suite. In this mode, the tool will retain all the capabilities of the stand-alone script and add a handy user interface for manipulating queries.
inqlextension for Burp Suite, you can:
inqlin Burp Suite, import the Python extension:
InQL Scanner Started!
In the future we might consider integrating the extension within Burp's BApp Store.
Getting started with the
inqlBurp extension is easy:
Since version 2.0.0, InQL UI is now able to operate without requiring BURP. It is now possible to install InQL stand-alone for
jythonand run the Scanner UI.
In this mode InQL maintains most of the Burp Scanner capabilities with the exception of advanced interactions such as "Send To Repeater" and automatic authorization header generation, available through BURP.
brew install jythonor on Ubuntu derivates through
apt-get install -y jython
jython -m pip install inql
jython -m inql
In either BURP or in Stand-Alone mode, InQL is able to generate meaningful documentation for available GraphQL entities. Results are available as HTML pages or query templates.
The resulting HTML documentation page will contain details for all available
Subscriptionsas shown here:
The following screenshot shows the use of templates generation:
This project was made with love in Doyensec Research island.