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    Default New HexorBase (The Database Hackers Tool )

    HexorBase is a database application designed for administering and auditing multiple database servers synonymously from a centralized location, it is capable of performing SQL queries and bruteforce attacks against common database servers (MySQL, SQLite, Microsoft SQL Server, Oracle, PostgreSQL ).. HexorBase allows packet routing through proxies or even metasploit pivoting antics to communicate with remotely inaccessible servers which are hidden within local subnets..




    Heres a video created by "Maurizio Schmidt" aka "MartinBishop"

    [REMOVED YOUTUBE LINK]


    Project page :

    hexorbase - Multiple database management and audit application - Google Project Hosting

    Enjoy ;-)
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    Very nice. I am a fan of how clean you make you GUIs. I always end up with ugly looking tools or just go command line. If you don't mind me asking what do you use for your IDE?
    Last edited by Dudeman02379; 07-27-2011 at 02:54 PM.

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    Good job!!
    The gui is very clean and simple to use, tested and approved.
    The only thing that i changed was the Kmenu because it went to the lost & found.
    For those of you who want to integrate hexerbase in the BackTrack menu:

    Code:
    nano /usr/share/applications/hexorbase.desktop
    and put Categories like this:

    Code:
    Categories=bt-web-assessment-vulnerability-scanner;bt-web-exploitation-scanners;bt-db-mysql-assessment;bt-db-mssql-assessment;bt-db-oracle-assessment;bt-db-mysql-analysis;bt-db-mssql-analysis;bt-db-oracle-analysis;bt-db-mysql-exploit;bt-db-mssql-exploit;bt-db-oracle-exploit;

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    Default Re: New HexorBase (The Database Hackers Tool )

    Quote Originally Posted by maxfx View Post
    Good job!!
    The gui is very clean and simple to use, tested and approved.
    The only thing that i changed was the Kmenu because it went to the lost & found.
    For those of you who want to integrate hexerbase in the BackTrack menu:

    Code:
    nano /usr/share/applications/hexorbase.desktop
    and put Categories like this:

    Code:
    Categories=bt-web-assessment-vulnerability-scanner;bt-web-exploitation-scanners;bt-db-mysql-assessment;bt-db-mssql-assessment;bt-db-oracle-assessment;bt-db-mysql-analysis;bt-db-mssql-analysis;bt-db-oracle-analysis;bt-db-mysql-exploit;bt-db-mssql-exploit;bt-db-oracle-exploit;
    Thanks maxfx....
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    Default Re: New HexorBase (The Database Hackers Tool )

    @maxfx: very nice,my friend. this works perfectly.

    @savior, all i can say is, damn you are good; this time. you are creating tools that are often nicer than similar tools included in the default b|t install. it would be nice to see them included into b|t.

    i haven't gotten around to testing "ghost phisher", but i will soon

    killing it. best wishes, sir.

    -c

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    @clone: Thank you for the complements
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    @Dudeman02379 -- Thanks bro.. i use "Qt Designer" for the interfaces.. but i generally use "pyscripter" as my main IDE since it is light and gives me powerful code management features that other commercial IDE's dont have..
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    Default Re: New HexorBase (The Database Hackers Tool )

    Quote Originally Posted by savioboyz View Post
    @Dudeman02379 -- Thanks bro.. i use "Qt Designer" for the interfaces.. but i generally use "pyscripter" as my main IDE since it is light and gives me powerful code management features that other commercial IDE's dont have..
    Great I am going to take a look at both of those products. I tried eclipse before for python but didn't like it that much and just went back to nano lol. Now I just need to come up with an idea for a gui python project...

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    Very Cool tools, I am a python fans, BTW, maybe the GUI can be more pretty. ^_^

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    I like it a lot

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