An automatic SQL Injection tool which takes advantage of ~DorkNet~ Googler, Ddgr, WhatWaf and sqlmap...
(that's a joke :p)
executethis time (: - Sqlmap is cool
This plan is a bit outdated, but it will follow this idea
Also, AutoSQLi should work using Tor by default. So it should check for tor availiability on startup.
Yeah, I know.
Yeah, I know.
When I woke up this morning, someone said that a guy by the name of NullArray tweeted about this project. 11 stars later, it makes me want to finish it more than ever !
Friday, the 11th of May, the first pull request of this project was sent by @iyanuashiri.
Today, we are at 15 stars, and got our first pull request. The number of cloners and unique viewers is decreasing with the time, but I noticed that someone followed a link from
web.telegram.org. Well, those referer statistics are cool. I also finished implementing WhatWaf :)
As of today, there is 21 stargazers. In fact there is only 4 unique cloners, so I'm wondering if the peoples who stars this repo aren't compulsive-stargazers. NO OFFENSES MEANT :), please, put a star on this repo, I like it. The save system got completly modified, because the old one was pretty random. The code now have debugging facilities ( a --debug switch ). It can dork and automatically WAF websites. That's all. Damn, creating a piece of glue is quite hard :)
We're at 22 stars, cause I starred my own repo. That's strange, the star haze seems to go down, end I'm pretty sure the first working version will be out in one or two weeks
Also, today, I was at the point of buying a HackRF One ( you know, these cards which can transmit on pretty all radio frequencies that are and were used by electronic things ). The fact is I only have 100€ right now, and the HackRF One costs 300€. Ya. I think I'll wait. ~please buy me a HackRF One :)~
This project is for demonstration purposes. Nobody should ever run AutoSQLi. Really. Hacking into DB's is fun, but you know, there are guys just like you and me who don't want to get their entire work messed up. You don't to make them pull out their hairs, ya?