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SQLI Handbook [Red Hat Edition]

Red Hat Edition [New Updated Version | 22/9/2019 ]

SQLI Handbook [Red Hat Edition]

Once you have this book you will put your foot on the real professional ladder full of knowledge and power in professional ways like no other

You will become an expert in injecting databases of all kinds with all the necessary tactics and methods that will help you overcome the biggest difficulties and obstacles

You will have twelve years' experience with this book at your fingertips

Red Hat Edition

Red Hat -He has the knowledge of [Ethical Cyber Security] and the experience of [Black Hacker] so all information in this book belong to this kind of knowledge and experience

English Edition

284 Page

35,138 Words

234,150 Characters


They said about the book

By Dr: Anwar Yousef [PCSIRT Leader]

Palestinian Computer Security Incident Response Team

Everyone knows that SQL injection vulnerabilities are the biggest threat against web applications , and are a major threat to banks and confidential information. All information stored in databases is vulnerable to penetration by sql injcetion attackers . here the author tries to cover and list all the information and methods of modern and sophisticated exclusive in SQL Handbook.


Erik Skare: is doctoral research fellow at the Department of Culture Studies and Oriental Languages, University of Oslo, where he is researching the history of Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ).

Digital Jihad: Palestinian Resistance in the Digital Era

The Gaza hacker team did the same thing when they distributed the work of an Egyptian member of the group named BlackRose who wrote how to use SQL to bypass user identity verification process on the Internet.

Came in Introduction to BlackRose "Read this book and you will move directly to the professional level"

It is an improved version of jihad and resistance

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