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MySQL help

by darksider9 / June 30, 2011 11:20 PM PDT

Hi All,
I am trying to find a kind of out there and specific type of softare and
I have no idea where to begin looking. So this is what I am looking
for, I have a MySQL database that is part of my forensics analysis. I
need a software that I can just drop the PHP, MYI, MYD, and FRM files
into and it will just show me what it is.

I do not want to have to pull the database out and pretty much make a
brand new one that, all the while importing the files. It is pretty
large, and MySQL abilities are limited to about nothing. Anything that
could help or any information or references, are greatly appreciated. I
thank everyone in advance.


Darksider

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by Kees_B Forum moderator / June 30, 2011 11:32 PM PDT
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You have a MySQL database. That's nice. Only the software or any actual database with contents (say, your CD collection or your friends with their birthdays and history of their girlfriends)?

That SQL-database consists of files. Somehow I assume the .myi files are indexes and the .myd files are data. So you might have an actual database indeed. The .php and .frm files aren't MySQL files, but components of a program running in webserver (php-coding and forms).

So far it's clear. But the rest of your post isn't at all.

Kees

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The answer is there is no such software today.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / June 30, 2011 11:40 PM PDT
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I think TV is why folk think there is such software. The brutal truth is that software such as I think you are asking for is made the same way it has been for the last decade.
Bob

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