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CyberQ Skillpacks are designed to test your skills in a variety of different challenges with limited guidance. Each challenge runs independently as its own “Self-Paced Capture the Flag.” Launching a Skill Pack challenge will reserve your very own space in our CyberQ Data Center, we will raise the Attack Console, as well as the down-range vulnerable targets for you to practice and challenge your skills.
Please note, this is not a learning lab. Skill packs are designed intentionally with challenges, puzzles, and preconfigured targets that will test your ability to identify, analyze, exploit, and own the targets. If you are new to Cyber and have never participated in a cyber challenge or competition, Skill packs may be too advanced. So, feel free to browse our learning products if this describes you, however, if you are ready for a challenge, enjoy solving complex puzzles and testing your limits, CyberQ challenges are a great way to hone your trade craft.
SQL Injection Techniques Skill Pack
This Skill Pack will challenge your skills in salient web application hacking and penetration testing techniques including; Remote Code Execution, Local File Inclusion (LFI), SQL Injection, Arbitrary File Upload, Directory Traversal, Web Application Enumeration, Command Injection, Remote Buffer Overflow, Credential Attack, Shell Injection, and SSH Bruteforce Attacks.
Each challenge contains a fully designed target network with live virtual machines, servers, web hosts, and vulnerable sites and applications. Launching a challenge will open the CyberQ Console and safely connect you to our live attack environment right through your browser. Depending on the challenge, you will land in your attack machine, either Kali or Parrot, where you will have instant access to the full suite of attack tools required to carry out your challenge. Targets are preconfigured with host and application vulnerabilities which you will uncover as you progress through the challenges. CyberQ is a fully automated Cyber Range platform providing you with a self-driven ‘Capture-the-flag‘ experience in each challenge.
Gain direct hands-on practical experience on Industry’s leading Cyber Range Platform – CyberQ. Successful Completion of this Web Application Hacking and Penetration Testing Skill Pack will gain you Job-ready Cyber skills and execution efficiency against cyber challenges.
About SQL Injection Skill Pack
The different types of steganography are as follows:
- Authentication Bypass: Using this attack, an attacker logs onto an application without providing a valid username and password, and gains administrative privileges.
- Authorization Bypass: Using this attack, an attacker alters authorization information stored in the database by exploiting an SQL injection vulnerability.
- Information Disclosure: Using this attack, an attacker obtains sensitive information that is stored in the database.
- Compromised Data Integrity: Using this attack, an attacker defaces a web page, inserts malicious content into web pages, or alters the contents of a database.
- Compromised Availability of Data: Using this attack, an attacker deletes the database information, delete logs, or audit information stored in a database.
- Remote Code Execution: Using this attack, an attacker compromises the host OS.
- An attacker intentionally inserts bad inputs into an application, causing it to return database errors. The attacker reads the resulting database-level error messages to find an SQL injection vulnerability in the application.
- In a UNION SQL injection, an attacker combines a forged query with a query requested by the user using a UNION clause. The result of the forged query will be appended the result of the original query, which makes it possible to obtain the values of fields from other tables.
- In blind/inferential injection, the attacker has no error messages from the system to work on. Instead, the attacker simply sends a malicious SQL query to the database.
- Boolean-based blind SQL injection is performed by asking the right questions to the application database. Multiple valid statements evaluated as true or false are supplied in the affected parameter in the HTTP request.