NoSQLMap

February 3, 2017 | Views: 8132

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Hello, Cybrarians!

All of you should be familiar with SQL injection, but today databases are not simply following the tradition of relational databases. Today, many firms are using NoSQL database platforms like MongoDB and Cassandra. So, for hacking those databases, SQLMap is not the option you need or want.

NoSQLMap is an open source tool written in Python which is a menu driven program. It is used for automating injection attacks. This tool exploits flaws in NoSQL databases. It is named as a tribute to Bernardo Damele and Miroslav’s Stampar’s popular SQL injection tool SQLMap.

Presently only exploits are available for MongoDB, but additional support for NoSQL database platforms are planned in future releases.

You can download it from GitHub for your own use here: https://github.com/tcstool/NoSQLMap

Here is a video on the topic if you want more information.

Enjoy! Please leave comments below if you have questions or comment.

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4 Comments
  1. Very interesting, i want to use nosql in lab envirnment, what is a good setup for the setup of a lab envirnment? Second question is where can i download an old mongdb version that is vurnable?

  2. Thank You.

  3. Thank you so much…Another tool in my kit!!

    Have a great day and a wonderful weekend!!

    ladyhacker
    🙂

  4. Learning MongoDB right now; interesting article.

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