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Advanced sqlmap Case Study

Many new bug bounty hunters will blindly rely on the output of tools to magically find them bugs. As most experienced hunters know, the key to long-term success is to understand how to effectively use the many great tools and fine-tune these tools to achieve results in the form of valuable, challenging bugs.

Since I joined the Synack Red Team, I have been digging into sqlmap and the intricacies involved in finding SQL injections “in the wild”. This will be the first of hopefully several posts on how to use sqlmap to work around challenging real-world scenarios where SQL injections exist. I hope you find this useful in your research

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