Visual Basic: Get SQL error output from Web Browser

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SQL injection
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I tried to create an application with Visual Basic that gives me information about gaps in my websites and how to secure it. I want to create a program that check if an SQL error exist, if it's injectable or not and it's proportion of gravity. After searching in Google and found a similar program 'havij'. but he intended to pull database information, but I do not want this I just want to get if a page in my websites have an sql error -This rough idea: after clicking a button a web browser give me a web page with an error, after that an message box appear and say that I have an SQL error and if its injectable or not.
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  • ToddN2000
    Sounds like it may be a homework problem. Post your code and we can take a look at it. IT sounds like you just want to pre-screen input to look for SQL injection errors and if the format is incorrect.
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  • AjitK29
    Can you post error message, which you have been facing?
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  • ToddN2000
    If you are designing the site yourself, just filter any user input of data looking for possible SQL injection. If you want notification of it, log it to a table to access later. If it is displayed on another webpage in a messages box, how do plan on controlling it? Would it not show for everyone? You can always test for errors using debug before publishing your site.
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  • carlosdl
    The question doesn't make much sense to me.  You can determine if your site has SQL errors by testing it.  You don't need an external application for that.

    And instead of trying to determine whether it is vulnerable to SQL injection, you should review all the site's code that deals with user input and make sure it is coded correctly and that the appropriate measures are taken to avoid injection.

    Now, if what you really want is not to secure your site but to build an application that can do that, then it is probably homework as Todd suggested a few days ago, so you should show us what you have tried and be a little more specific about the problems you are facing while trying to do it.
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