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Could someone please tell me which penetration-testing tool leaves behind a page that looks like this?

DB Detection:   MySQL >=5 (Auto Detected)
Method: GET
Type:   Integer (Auto Detected)

Table Name  Columns

A site one of my clients operates was recently threatened, and as proof, the hacker sent over a report that looked like the above. It looks like this was generated by an automated tool.

Could someone point the tool out, so that I can patch the vulnerability that is being exploited?

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That is almost certainly output from sqlmap:

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