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First: You have md5 encrypted passwords. When it is theoretically no way of decrypting md5 encrypted password there is a way to decrypt a MD5 hash, using a dictionary populated with strings and their MD5 counterpart. As most users use very simple passwords (like "123456", "password", "abc123", or in your case 's'), MD5 dictionaries make them very easy to ...
I would suggest for any security related testing you start with OWASP: https://www.owasp.org/index.php/SQL_Injection OWASP have excellent overviews and descriptions as well as concrete guidance on testing and mitigation for most common classes of vulnerability.
In Linux you could write a bash shell script to load a database so you are at a known place for your testing. In windows you could use PowerShell to do it quite easily for MS SQL. There should be automation options for all the mature databases. As you don't specify your OS or database more specific help is unlikely. A sane thing you might consider doing ...
RedGate Sql Compare and Sql Data Compare do not work on SQLite unfortunately. SQLite Compare Utility http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/220018/SQLite-Compare-Utility works decent for schema differences, but wasn't very helpful for data differences in my situation. I would give my arm if Beyond Compare added support for Sql Server and SQLite comparison.
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