It appears that SQLLHF no longer works in Backtrack 5 release 3. When attempting to run this application it throws an error. I may update this article later with more information as I know the author of the software and once I can speak with him I will update accordingly. The good news is SQLLHF doesn’t accomplish any goals that other Microsoft SQL Server tools can accomplish so there is no loss in terms of functionality however at this point its just taking up real estate in the BT5 menu.
When running SQLDict on Backtrack Linux it is possible to run into an issue where SQLDict crashes when loading the password file. The issue appears to be that the SQLDict executable is expecting the password file to have a file ending on it no matter what it is and if not it causes SQLDict and Wine to crash on BT5 r3. Below the error is displayed along with a work around for the problem.
SQLDict servers one purpose which is to brute force Microsoft SQL Server passwords. The easiest way to launch SQLDict is using the Backtrack navigation menu which launches the SQLDict.exe application using wine. The interface is easy to use as shown in the below example images.