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Blind SQL Injection

PortSwigger- Blind-Based SQL Injection- I

In this blog, we will understand one of the most identifiable and difficult types of SQL Injection vulnerability. It is Blind SQL Injection. We will learn about the same using PortSwigger platform. Let’s begin the blog and understand the meaning of blind SQL injection vulnerability. Blind SQL injection vulnerabilities are those where we send a malicious SQL query to the server but we don’t receive any direct output in the response.

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Examining the database using Union based SQL injection on PortSwigger

PortSwigger- Examining the Database using Union-based SQL Injection

Hello folks, This blog will be based on Examining the Database using Union-based SQL Injection vulnerabilities. We will understand how we can get the database version and information related to tables and columns present in the database. We will explore the same on the PortSwigger platform. We have discussed the basics of Union-based SQL injection

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Broken Access Control- Horizontal Privilege Escalation

PortSwigger- Broken Access Control | Horizontal Privilege Escalation

This blog delves into the recognition and utilization of “Horizontal Privilege Escalation,” a form of Broken Access Control vulnerability. Horizontal access controls are systems designed to limit access to resources to particular users. Through horizontal access controls, diverse users gain access to a subset of resources of a similar kind. If you’re interested in learning more about Broken Access Control, including another type known as vertical privilege escalation, check out our previous blog post titled “Vertical Access Control.”

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