Wodat | Windows Oracle Database Attack Toolkit

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Ruchika oberoi

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Mar 27, 2022

Windows Oracle Database Attack Tool

Simple port of the popular Oracle Database Attack Tool (ODAT) ( ) to C# .Net Framework. Credit to as lots of the functionality are ported from his code.

  • Perform password based attacks e.g. username as password, username list against given password, password list against given username, username:pass combolist.
  • Test if a credential/connection string is working against target
  • Brute force attacks to discover valid SID/ServiceNames
  • Perform discovery of valid TNS listeners against provided target file or CIDR range
  • More to come, I hope!
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I take not responsibility for your use of the software. Development is done in my personal capacity and carry no affiliation to my work.


The general command line arguments required are as follow:

-server:XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX -port:1520
-sid:AS OR -srv:AS
-user:peter -pass:password

To test if a specific credential set works.

wodat.exe TEST -server:XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX -port:1521 -sid:XE -user:peter -pass:pan

See the outline on modules for further usage. The tool will always first check if the TNS listener that is targeted works.



Module performs wordlist SID guessing attack if not successful will ask for brute force attack.

wodat.exe BRUTESID -server:XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX -port:1521

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Module performs wordlist ServiceName guessing attack if not successful will ask for brute force attack.

wodat.exe BRUTESRV -server:XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX -port:1521


Module performs wordlist password based attack. The following options exist:

A - username:password combolist with no credentials given during arguments
B - username list with password given in arguments
C - password list with username given in arguments
D - username as password with username list provided

To perform a basic attack with a given file that has username:password combos.

wodat.exe BRUTECRED -server:XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX -port:1521 -sid:XE

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Module tests if the given connection string can connect successfully.

wodat.exe TEST -server:XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX -port:1521 -sid:XE -user:peter -pass:pan

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Module will perform discovery against provided CIDR range or file with instances. Note, only instances with valid TNS listeners will be returned. Testing a network range will be much faster as it’s processed in parallel.

wodat.exe DISC

Instances to test must be formatted as per the below example targets.txt:,1521

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Setup and Requirements​

You can grab automated release build from the GitHub Actions or build yourself using the following commands:

nuget restore wodat.sln
msbuild wodat.sln -t:rebuild -property:Configuration=Release

Some general notes: The Oracle.ManagedDataAccess.dll library will have to be copied with the binary. I’m looking at ways of embedding it.


  • Handle SYSDBA and SYSOPER connections
  • Implement outstanding modules
  • Various validation, error handling code still needs to be done
  • Some minor known bugfixes
  • Add options to check against built in lists for SID, ServiceNames or common credentials


Version 0.1 - Base toolkit and functionality Version 0.2 - Several bugfixes, improved socket connection and added RECON module


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