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MSMS-PHP (by: oretnom23 ) v1.0 - HIT STRIKE!


Vulnerability Assessment before I write an exploit!
NOTE: for MySQL - Injection: It is not actually that what Burp is finding for this case but it is similar to my case, and it is real, after the second test I confirm that is Burp Suite was finding vulnerable apps. ;) I needed exactly from this report to perform the powerful exploit. So. If you want to make a more quality attack you must give a little more hard work to do this.
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The HIT STRIKE exploit =)



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