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# At least one of these options has to be specified to set the source to
# get target urls from.
[Target]
# Direct connection to the database.
# Examples:
# mysql://USER:PASSWORD@DBMS_IP:DBMS_PORT/DATABASE_NAME
# oracle://USER:PASSWORD@DBMS_IP:DBMS_PORT/DATABASE_SID
direct =
# Target URL.
# Example: http://192.168.1.121/sqlmap/mysql/get_int.php?id=1&cat=2
url =
# Parse targets from Burp or WebScarab logs
# Valid: Burp proxy (http://portswigger.net/suite/) requests log file path
# or WebScarab proxy (http://www.owasp.org/index.php/Category:OWASP_WebScarab_Project)
# 'conversations/' folder path
logFile =
# Load HTTP request from a file
# Example (file content): POST /login.jsp HTTP/1.1\nHost: example.com\nUser-Agent: Mozilla/4.0\n\nuserid=joe&password=guessme
requestFile =
# Rather than providing a target url, let Google return target
# hosts as result of your Google dork expression. For a list of Google
# dorks see Johnny Long Google Hacking Database at
# http://johnny.ihackstuff.com/ghdb.php.
# Example: +ext:php +inurl:"&id=" +intext:"powered by "
googleDork =
# These options can be used to specify how to connect to the target url.
[Request]
# Data string to be sent through POST.
data =
# Character used for splitting cookie values
pDel =
# HTTP Cookie header.
cookie =
# File containing cookies in Netscape/wget format
loadCookies =
# URL-encode generated cookie injections.
# Valid: True or False
cookieUrlencode = False
# Ignore Set-Cookie header from response
# Valid: True or False
dropSetCookie = False
# HTTP User-Agent header. Useful to fake the HTTP User-Agent header value
# at each HTTP request
# sqlmap will also test for SQL injection on the HTTP User-Agent value.
agent =
# Use randomly selected HTTP User-Agent header
# Valid: True or False
randomAgent = False
# HTTP Host header.
host =
# HTTP Referer header. Useful to fake the HTTP Referer header value at
# each HTTP request.
referer =
# Randomly change value for the given parameter
rParam =
# Force usage of SSL/HTTPS requests
# Valid: True or False
forceSSL = False
# Extra HTTP headers
headers = Accept: text/xml,application/xml,application/xhtml+xml,text/html;q=0.9,text/plain;q=0.8,image/png,*/*;q=0.5
Accept-Language: en-us,en;q=0.5
Accept-Charset: ISO-8859-15,utf-8;q=0.7,*;q=0.7
# HTTP Authentication type. Useful only if the target url requires
# HTTP Basic, Digest or NTLM authentication and you have such data.
# Valid: Basic, Digest or NTLM
aType =
# HTTP authentication credentials. Useful only if the target url requires
# HTTP Basic, Digest or NTLM authentication and you have such data.
# Syntax: username:password
aCred =
# HTTP Authentication certificate. Useful only if the target url requires
# logon certificate and you have such data.
# Syntax: key_file,cert_file
aCert =
# Use a HTTP proxy to connect to the target url.
# Syntax: http://address:port
proxy =
# HTTP proxy authentication credentials. Useful only if the proxy requires
# HTTP Basic or Digest authentication and you have such data.
# Syntax: username:password
pCred =
# Ignore system default HTTP proxy.
# Valid: True or False
ignoreProxy = False
# Delay in seconds between each HTTP request.
# Valid: float
# Default: 0
delay = 0
# Seconds to wait before timeout connection.
# Valid: float
# Default: 30
timeout = 30
# Maximum number of retries when the HTTP connection timeouts.
# Valid: integer
# Default: 3
retries = 3
# Regular expression for filtering targets from provided Burp.
# or WebScarab proxy log.
# Example: (google|yahoo)
scope =
# Url address to visit frequently during testing.
# Example: http://192.168.1.121/index.html
safUrl =
# Test requests between two visits to a given safe url (default 0).
# Valid: integer
# Default: 0
saFreq = 0
# Skip URL encoding of POST data
# Valid: True or False
skipUrlEncode = False
# Evaluate provided Python code before the request.
# Example: import hashlib;id2=hashlib.md5(id).hexdigest()
evalCode =
# These options can be used to optimize the performance of sqlmap.
[Optimization]
# Use all optimization options.
# Valid: True or False
optimize = False
# Predict common queries output.
# Valid: True or False
predictOutput = False
# Use persistent HTTP(s) connections.
keepAlive = False
# Retrieve page length without actual HTTP response body.
# Valid: True or False
nullConnection = False
# Maximum number of concurrent HTTP(s) requests (handled with Python threads)
# to be used in the inference SQL injection attack.
# Valid: integer
# Default: 1
threads = 1
# These options can be used to specify which parameters to test for,
# provide custom injection payloads and optional tampering scripts.
[Injection]
# Testable parameter(s) comma separated. By default all GET/POST/Cookie
# parameters and HTTP User-Agent are tested by sqlmap.
testParameter =
# Force back-end DBMS to this value. If this option is set, the back-end
# DBMS identification process will be minimized as needed.
# If not set, sqlmap will detect back-end DBMS automatically by default.
# Valid: mssql, mysql, mysql 4, mysql 5, oracle, pgsql, sqlite, sqlite3,
# access, firebird, maxdb, sybase
dbms =
# Force back-end DBMS operating system to this value. If this option is
# set, the back-end DBMS identification process will be minimized as
# needed.
# If not set, sqlmap will detect back-end DBMS operating system
# automatically by default.
# Valid: linux, windows
os =
# Use big numbers for invalidating values.
# Valid: True or False
invalidBignum = False
# Use logical operations for invalidating values.
# Valid: True or False
invalidLogical = False
# Turn off payload casting mechanism
# Valid: True or False
noCast = False
# Turn off string unescaping mechanism
# Valid: True or False
noUnescape = False
# Injection payload prefix string.
prefix =
# Injection payload suffix string.
suffix =
# Skip testing for given parameter(s).
skip =
# Use given script(s) for tampering injection data.
tamper =
# These options can be used to specify how to parse and compare page
# content from HTTP responses when using blind SQL injection technique.
[Detection]
# Level of tests to perform.
# The higher the value is, the higher the number of HTTP(s) requests are
# as well as the better chances to detect a tricky SQL injection.
# Valid: Integer between 1 and 5
# Default: 1
level = 1
# Risk of tests to perform.
# Note: boolean-based blind SQL injection tests with AND are considered
# risk 1, with OR are considered risk 3.
# Valid: Integer between 0 and 3
# Default: 1
risk = 1
# String to match within the raw response when the query is evaluated to
# True, only needed if the page content dynamically changes at each refresh.
# Refer to the user's manual for further details.
string =
# String to match within the raw response when the query is evaluated to
# False, only needed if the page content dynamically changes at each refresh.
# Refer to the user's manual for further details.
notString =
# Regular expression to match within the raw response when the query is
# evaluated to True, only needed if the needed if the page content
# dynamically changes at each refresh.
# Refer to the user's manual for further details.
# Valid: regular expression with Python syntax
# (http://www.python.org/doc/2.5.2/lib/re-syntax.html)
regexp =
# HTTP response code to match when the query is True.
# Valid: Integer
# Example: 200 (assuming any False statement returns a different response
# code)
# code =
# Compare pages based only on the textual content.
# Valid: True or False
textOnly = False
# Compare pages based only on their titles.
# Valid: True or False
titles = False
# These options can be used to tweak testing of specific SQL injection
# techniques.
[Techniques]
# SQL injection techniques to test for.
# Valid: a string composed by B, E, U, S and T where:
# B: Boolean-based blind SQL injection
# E: Error-based SQL injection
# U: UNION query SQL injection
# S: Stacked queries SQL injection
# T: Time-based blind SQL injection
# Example: ES (means test for error-based and stacked queries SQL
# injection types only)
# Default: BEUST (means test for all SQL injection types - recommended)
tech = BEUST
# Seconds to delay the response from the DBMS.
# Valid: integer
# Default: 5
timeSec = 5
# Range of columns to test for
# Valid: range of integers
# Example: 1-10
uCols =
# Character to use for bruteforcing number of columns
# Valid: string
# Example: NULL
uChar =
# Domain name used for DNS exfiltration attack
# Valid: string
dnsName =
# Resulting page url searched for second-order response
# Valid: string
secondOrder =
[Fingerprint]
# Perform an extensive back-end database management system fingerprint
# based on various techniques.
# Valid: True or False
extensiveFp = False
# These options can be used to enumerate the back-end database
# management system information, structure and data contained in the
# tables. Moreover you can run your own SQL statements.
[Enumeration]
# Retrieve back-end database management system banner.
# Valid: True or False
getBanner = False
# Retrieve back-end database management system current user.
# Valid: True or False
getCurrentUser = False
# Retrieve back-end database management system current database.
# Valid: True or False
getCurrentDb = False
# Retrieve back-end database management system server hostname.
# Valid: True or False
getHostname = False
# Detect if the DBMS current user is DBA.
# Valid: True or False
isDba = False
# Enumerate back-end database management system users.
# Valid: True or False
getUsers = False
# Enumerate back-end database management system users password hashes.
# Valid: True or False
getPasswordHashes = False
# Enumerate back-end database management system users privileges.
# Valid: True or False
getPrivileges = False
# Enumerate back-end database management system users roles.
# Valid: True or False
getRoles = False
# Enumerate back-end database management system databases.
# Valid: True or False
getDbs = False
# Enumerate back-end database management system database tables.
# Optional: db
# Valid: True or False
getTables = False
# Enumerate back-end database management system database table columns.
# Optional: db, tbl, col
# Valid: True or False
getColumns = False
# Enumerate back-end database management system schema.
# Valid: True or False
getSchema = False
# Retrieve number of entries for table(s).
# Valid: True or False
getCount = False
# Dump back-end database management system database table entries.
# Requires: tbl and/or col
# Optional: db
# Valid: True or False
dumpTable = False
# Dump all back-end database management system databases tables entries.
# Valid: True or False
dumpAll = False
# Search column(s), table(s) and/or database name(s).
# Requires: db, tbl or col
# Valid: True or False
search = False
# Back-end database management system database to enumerate.
db =
# Back-end database management system database table to enumerate.
tbl =
# Back-end database management system database table column to enumerate.
col =
# Back-end database management system database user to enumerate.
user =
# Exclude DBMS system databases when enumerating tables.
# Valid: True or False
excludeSysDbs = False
# First query output entry to retrieve
# Valid: integer
# Default: 0 (sqlmap will start to retrieve the query output entries from
# the first)
limitStart = 0
# Last query output entry to retrieve
# Valid: integer
# Default: 0 (sqlmap will detect the number of query output entries and
# retrieve them until the last)
limitStop = 0
# First query output word character to retrieve
# Valid: integer
# Default: 0 (sqlmap will enumerate the query output from the first
# character)
firstChar = 0
# Last query output word character to retrieve
# Valid: integer
# Default: 0 (sqlmap will enumerate the query output until the last
# character)
lastChar = 0
# SQL statement to be executed.
# Example: SELECT 'foo', 'bar'
query =
# Prompt for an interactive SQL shell.
# Valid: True or False
sqlShell = False
# Execute SQL statements from given file(s).
sqlFile =
# These options can be used to run brute force checks.
[Brute force]
# Check existence of common tables.
# Valid: True or False
commonTables = False
# Check existence of common columns.
# Valid: True or False
commonColumns = False
# These options can be used to create custom user-defined functions.
[User-defined function]
# Inject custom user-defined functions
# Valid: True or False
udfInject = False
# Local path of the shared library
shLib =
# These options can be used to access the back-end database management
# system underlying file system.
[File system]
# Read a specific file from the back-end DBMS underlying file system.
# Examples: /etc/passwd or C:\boot.ini
rFile =
# Write a local file to a specific path on the back-end DBMS underlying
# file system.
# Example: /tmp/sqlmap.txt or C:\WINNT\Temp\sqlmap.txt
wFile =
# Back-end DBMS absolute filepath to write the file to.
dFile =
# These options can be used to access the back-end database management
# system underlying operating system.
[Takeover]
# Execute an operating system command.
# Valid: operating system command
osCmd =
# Prompt for an interactive operating system shell.
# Valid: True or False
osShell = False
# Prompt for an out-of-band shell, meterpreter or VNC.
# Valid: True or False
osPwn = False
# One click prompt for an out-of-band shell, meterpreter or VNC.
# Valid: True or False
osSmb = False
# Microsoft SQL Server 2000 and 2005 'sp_replwritetovarbin' stored
# procedure heap-based buffer overflow (MS09-004) exploitation.
# Valid: True or False
osBof = False
# Database process' user privilege escalation.
# Note: Use in conjunction with osPwn, osSmb or osBof. It will force the
# payload to be Meterpreter.
privEsc = False
# Local path where Metasploit Framework is installed.
# Valid: file system path
msfPath =
# Remote absolute path of temporary files directory.
# Valid: absolute file system path
tmpPath =
# These options can be used to access the back-end database management
# system Windows registry.
[Windows]
# Read a Windows registry key value.
# Valid: True or False
regRead = False
# Write a Windows registry key value data.
# Valid: True or False
regAdd = False
# Delete a Windows registry key value.
# Valid: True or False
regDel = False
# Windows registry key.
regKey =
# Windows registry key value.
regVal =
# Windows registry key value data.
regData =
# Windows registry key value type.
regType =
# These options can be used to set some general working parameters.
[General]
# Log all HTTP traffic into a textual file.
trafficFile =
# Never ask for user input, use the default behaviour.
# Valid: True or False
batch = False
# Force character encoding used for data retrieval.
charset =
# Check to see if Tor is used properly.
# Valid: True or False
checkTor = False
# Crawl the website starting from the target url.
# Valid: integer
# Default: 0
crawlDepth = 0
# Delimiting character used in CSV output.
# Default: ,
csvDel = ,
# DBMS authentication credentials (user:password). Useful if you want to
# run SQL statements as another user, the back-end database management
# system is PostgreSQL or Microsoft SQL Server and the parameter is
# vulnerable by stacked queries SQL injection or you are connecting directly
# to the DBMS (-d switch).
# Syntax: username:password
dbmsCred =
# Retrieve each query output length and calculate the estimated time of
# arrival in real time.
# Valid: True or False
eta = False
# Flush session files for current target.
# Valid: True or False
flushSession = False
# Parse and test forms on target url.
# Valid: True or False
forms = False
# Ignores query results stored in session file.
# Valid: True or False
freshQueries = False
# Uses DBMS hex function(s) for data retrieval.
# Valid: True or False
hexConvert = False
# Custom output directory path.
oDir =
# Parse and display DBMS error messages from responses.
# Valid: True or False
parseErrors = False
# Replicate dumped data into a sqlite3 database.
# Valid: True or False
replicate = False
# Use Use Tor anonymity network.
# Valid: True or False
tor = False
# Set Tor proxy port other than default.
# Valid: integer
# torPort =
# Set Tor proxy type.
# Valid: HTTP, SOCKS4, SOCKS5
torType = HTTP
# Update sqlmap.
# Valid: True or False
updateAll = False
[Miscellaneous]
# Offline WAF/IPS/IDS payload detection testing.
checkPayload = False
# Check for existence of WAF/IPS/IDS protection.
checkWaf = False
# Clean up the DBMS by sqlmap specific UDF and tables.
# Valid: True or False
cleanup = False
# Show which sqlmap dependencies are not available.
# Valid: True or False
dependencies = False
# Use Google dork results from specified page number.
# Valid: integer
# Default: 1
googlePage = 1
# Imitate smartphone through HTTP User-Agent header.
# Valid: True or False
mobile = False
# Display page rank (PR) for Google dork results.
# Valid: True or False
pageRank = False
# Conduct through tests only if positive heuristic(s).
# Valid: True or False
smart = False
# Select tests by payloads and/or titles (e.g. ROW)
testFilter =
# Simple wizard interface for beginner users.
# Valid: True or False
wizard = False
# Verbosity level.
# Valid: integer between 0 and 6
# 0: Show only error and critical messages
# 1: Show also warning and info messages
# 2: Show also debug messages
# 3: Show also payloads injected
# 4: Show also HTTP requests
# 5: Show also HTTP responses' headers
# 6: Show also HTTP responses' page content
# Default: 1
verbose = 1
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