SQL Injection with UNION SELECT

Details of BNVL-2018-0063

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Name : 
SQL Injection with UNION SELECT
Related Links: Na

CVE ID: Na

Description: 

UNION-based attacks allow the tester to easily extract information from the database. Because the UNION operator can only be used if both queries have the exact same structure, the attacker must craft a SELECT statement similar to the original query. To do this, a valid table name must be known but it is also necessary to determine the number of columns in the first query and their data type. To simplify learning, this article explains how it can be done when error reporting is enabled. However, the same principle would apply if it was not the case. For more information refer to the last section of the article.

Pattern: union
              select