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Posted Thursday, June 19, 2008 10:57 AM
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It was really logical (Oracle,MySQL,Access logically out) + guess between (MSSQL 2K and 2K5)...
and My guess paid me 5 point reward :D

As ncprBill8 asked, I also curious to know if is there any way to find the way to find back-end from website?

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Harit Gohel (6/19/2008)
As ncprBill8 asked, I also curious to know if is there any way to find the way to find back-end from website?


Not if the website is competently designed and implemented, I reckon. If I can work out the SQL version by looking at the website I can probably break its security pretty easily.


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