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Thursday, June 7, 2012

xSQL Scanner - An Advanced SQL Audit Tool



xSQL Scanner is a cross-platform, advanced SQL audit tool that allows you to find weak passwords and vulnerabilities over MS-SQL, My-SQL and PostgreSQL protocols. It has two versions one in Mono that works on Linux OS’es and another that works on Windows operating systems.

It allows you to resume or pause the current audit scan and finish later. This is a point and click tool with a very simple to use interface. For it’s current release – version 1.6, the Mono version is unavailable.


Features of xSQL Scanner:

Vulnerability Audit options
Launch exploits:
MSSQL empty Password Exploit
MSSQL 7 DoS module
Test for weak passwords
Wordlist option
Userlist option
SQL Portscanner
Range IP Address audit and more


Download xSQL Scanner 1.6

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