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    Hi I am stuck with Web PenTest on Module 2 part 15. After creating the “attack” config file and when I type sqlsus attack I get an error:
    [!] – ERROR – Unable to extract server from url_start, check your configuration file

    I have checked the config file and everything matches the screen the instructor shows apart from the IP addresse.
    Strange thing is that the website example is up and can ping it from the kali virtual machine that is running SQLsus, the kali machine can also browse the example website so all is running but the SQLsus doesn’t work.
    Th previous excercises with SQLmap all worked fine, so I am buffled by this.

    Thanks in advance for any help pointing me to the right direction!


    parves kamal

    same problem with me
    pls help



    Same thing here.
    Everything matches the instructor settings on the video, and getting the error while initializing sqlsus session.

    Any help on this will be much appreciated.



    Same problem with me


    Emily Ann

    yup, same problem here too



    I have exactly the same problem. Has anyone found a solution?



    This is July, still no solution? *tear*


    parves kamal

    got the solution
    use BTTRACK
    install SQLIAB there it works fine there

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