Introducing SQLite Examiner

15 July 2019
We have released the first version of SQLite Examiner, a free tool for viewing SQLite databases. SQLite Examiner includes standard features such as viewing data per table and writing custom SQL queries.


It also includes a number of features for analysing Binary Large Objects (BLOB) stored within SQLite databases:

  • Images stored as BLOBs are automatically extracted and displayed in the built-in image gallery (they can also be exported to files)


  • Common file types stored as BLOBs are automatically detected and the file type is displayed
  • BLOBs can be examined using the built-in hex viewer or exported to a file for further analysis


SQLite Examiner allows you to load a single database, or specify a folder to automatically load all SQLite databases from. This can be performed recursively, therefore loading databases within all subfolders as well.

We will be continuing to add more features in later versions, in the meantime please get in touch if you have any feedback for us.

The software can be downloaded from the following link:

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