This tool runs an attack based on simply requesting the database contents and checking for inference. This is probably the simplest inference attack, and works against pseudonymization, but not more sophisticated anonymization methods. Assuming that the table has N columns, this attack queries for N-1 columns and looks for cases where there is only a single value for the Nth column. With very high probability the N-1 columns identify a single user, and so by default there is only one value for the Nth column. We can then say that the Nth column is inferred by the values of the other N-1 columns. The tool is implemented in the python code dumbList_Infer.py, found in the repo https://github.com/gda-score/attacks.