Metasploit is an open source exploitation framework that acts as a tool for developing and executing exploit code against a remote target machine

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Is it possible to use a .Net payload with metasploit?

I'm not exactly sure how metasploit works when exploiting a target machine, and it has been a while since of played with it, so forgive me. Instead of using meterpreter as a payload in metasploit, ...
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Help writing metasploit module (not getting any output) [migrated]

Complete beginner with Metasploit, so please be gentle! I noticed that the enum_ie module doesn't work for Windows 8 clients so was trying to put a script together to download the cookie files in our ...
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How to determine the size of payloads available in MetaSploit

I've noticed that there are a lot of different payloads to choose from in MetaSploit, and the choice (assuming there's enough room in the target) usually depends on what you're trying to do. However, ...
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Backdoor file with custom payload

Is there a way in metasploit to add a custom exe/script as payload to a file (exe/pdf/doxc)? I'm asking this in the context of a SE media dropping scenario, where a file when executed, sends data to ...
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vsftpd metasploit evidence in logs?

We have a public ftp server that is being probed by the usual Chinese brute-force scans. They are probing vsftpd. Notmally a failed login to vsftpd looks like this in syslog: Mar 17 15:56:07 ...
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veil framework, reverse https and tcp payload differences

i'm using veil framework to bypass av, when i want to choose a payload there are many choices, there is rev_https_contained , python/meterpreter/rev_https and c/meterpreter/rev_tcp my question is ...
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Exploiting through a filtered port

I'm doing some pentesting against a machine the lecturer set up in the lab. NMAP shows port 445 to be filtered and Nessus confirms the ms08_067 vulnerability is present on that machine. I tried ...
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msfelfscan with x64 support?

I'm trying to lookup all call rax instructions with msfelfscan, but %> msfelfscan -j rax /bin/ls Invalid register "rax" Was it not supported?
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Nessus Scan Port ID mapped to Metasploit Vulnerability exploits

My Question: Is there any sort of website that maps Nessus Scan IDs to Metasploit Vulnerabilities? My Situation: I'm learning about penetration testing and I'm beginning to get frustrated seeing a ...
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Documentation on Meterpreter Shells

I've been looking for some decent documentation on Meterpreter shells, but I can't seem to find anything useful. I would like to know when to use what kind of shell for a certain situation. All I ...
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Trying to reproduce a file upload compromise on Joomla

After telling my workmates and boss that we had a very critical lack of security controls, finally we got compromised! They had a Joomla 1.5 which was exploited using a file upload vulnerability. WSO ...
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Looking For Compiled Version of Metasploit Local Windows Exploits [closed]

I am looking to have a standalone compiled exploits for all local windows exploits that Metasploit has right now. I was wondering if somebody has done this before or know a place that has these ...
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Reverse TCP connection from exploited SearchIndexer.exe failing

I'm working on a tool that exploits SearchIndexer.exe on Windows 7 x86 and connects back to a metasploit multi/handler, using standard metasploit reverse TCP stagers. The exploit seems to function as ...
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Adding plugin to meterpreter

I'm trying to add a meterpreter plugin, a = client.railgun.kernel32.GetLogicalDrives()["return"] # Math magic to convert the binary to letters drives = [] letters = "ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ" ...
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How do arbitrary payloads execute on the remote machine?

I understand executing something like a reverse TCP bind via shell relies on resources being available on the victim machine... and in the case of running a, shall we say, Ruby script from the command ...
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Automatically search Metasploit for useable exploits based on vulnerabilties in the database

Is it possible to automatically search the Metasploit database for usable exploits based on information about the vulnerabilities on the hosts? Searching in Metasploit for each CVE number to see if ...
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Use Metasploit to exploit SMB through Conficker

I've got an SP0/unpatched Windows XP which is vulnerable to the Conficker worm. I'm using metasploit to use the Conficker exploit with the purpose of opening a remote shell/command line. My ...
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Pentest — handling multiple reverse shells

I'm running a pentest and im expecting reverse shells from multiple shells connecting back as :- nc <my-ip> <my-port> -e /bin/bash However, I'm trying to figure out the best way to ...
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Resources for determining if Metasploit has exploit for given CVE

Are there any reliable resources for finding whether or not a Metasploit exploit exists for a given CVE? I have found CVE Details to be woefully out of date with regards to keeping this information ...
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Explanation of open ports

I've run metasploit against my web-server and it found several opened ports that I didn't know. Please note that I have a firewall and IPSec configured but they were disabled just for testing ...
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Can you recommend a good book on Backtrack/Metasploit?

I have just downloaded Backtrack 5 R2 with Gnome and, while it looks cool, I don't really know where to start. I see it comes with Metasploit but, to be blunt, I still don't really understand what ...
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Techniques for Anti Virus evasion

What are some good anti virus evasion techniques when using ps_exec? As a pentester I often encounter situations where you can't, for one exploit a machine as they are running anti-virus software on ...
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Encoding an Address that contains a null byte in a payload

I am working on an SEH exploit. the problem I am facing here that all POP/POP/RETN addresses end with null bytes, so everything placed after it gets corrupted. Is it possible to use Metasploit ...
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Does Metasploit's packet sniffing run in promiscuous mode?

I'm doing an educational pen test exercise and I'm trying to sniff traffic from a compromised Windows machine. I've been using the post-exploitation sniffer and packetrecorder Meterpreter modules, ...
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Is it possible to execute a command on the local computer in meterpreter?

While running meterpreter handler, is it possible to execute a command on the local computer? That wasn't mentioned in the output of help command. I also tried !ls and to no avail. Is it possible ...
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Metasploit Get Shell Through NAT

Ok first of all this is legal and I have it in writing my friend and I are attacking eachother to get better and not break the law. Setup I have a VMWare image running BT5R3. It uses VMWare's NAT ...
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How can I misuse the information of DCE service enumeration?

Nessus reports almost on any Windows machine "DCE service enumaration". With the metasploit module tcp_dcerpc_auditor I get the following information: 192.168.1.23 - UUID ...
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POC of a Java exploit using leftover JREs

Summary: I would like to show a proof of concept of a Java exploit using an old JRE on an up-to-date machine to cut short discussions on the "but we are patched so why removing older versions" ...
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Install Metasploit under Cygwin? [closed]

Is there a way to install Metasploit under Cygwin? Metasploit is meant to be run under a linux environment. The Windows installation doesn't have many tools such as msfpayload available. Please ...
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Random connections to meterpreter reverse tcp listener

I am currently learning some basic penetration testing using Metasploit. I have set up a reverse tcp meterpreter payload that I run on an Amazon EC2 Windows instance. Sometimes while moving a new ...
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Detecting reflective DLL injection

In the past few years, malware (and some pen-test tools like Metasploit's meterpreter payload) have begun to use reflective DLL injection (PDF) to load a DLL into the memory of a process. The benefit ...
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Obtaining the IP address of a virtual machine to use Metasploit

I am beginning to learn Metasploit and, to play safe, am practicing it out on a virtual machine. The target machine, which is a virtual machine, is under NATing. How do I access it/ connect to it- ...
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Is it safe to install metasploit in my daily-used computer

I'm new to metasploit, and want to install it on my daily-used computer; but I'm not sure whether it is safe. Are there any best practices when using metasploit?
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What are correct steps to setup this exploit execution(jboss_invoke_deploy)?

I've found this vulnerability (http://www.metasploit.com/modules/exploit/multi/http/jboss_invoke_deploy) but can't seem to set proper values for exploit to work , payload shown on site gives me worn ...
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What are the good resources for learning Metasploit?

Ok. I'm a newbiw (Script kidde) and I want to learn more about Metasploit. Not for fun, but to understand what exploits are, how they are used, and deployed. I've heard a lot about the Metasploit ...
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Why is a separate reconnaissance server needed for DNS cache poisoning?

I'm trying to understand how Metasploit's DNS BailiWicked Host Attack module works. One of the required module options is a "reconnaissance" nameserver (option RECONS). What I understand from the ...
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NOPS in Metasploit

Problem I do not know what a "NOP" is in Metasploit Framework or otherwise. What I do know MS Unleashed says, "Nops keep the payload sizes consistent." A few question posts mention buffer ...
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How to test my website for the rails YAML vulnerability

I am quite puzzled by how to test my rails app for the YAML vulnerability first, I upgraded to the latest rails 3.2.11, and I tried this It gave me not likely to be vulnerable or URIPATH must be set ...
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Msf and exploitdb on Backtrack 5

Metasploit (msf) doesn't see exploits from exploitdb. I've just updated directory on my Backtrack cd /pentest/exploits/exploitdb svn update How can I load them now into msf? When i use a script ...
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Automating Metasploit attacks, is it possible to generate all (most) modules?

I work on creating signatures for all metasploit modules. I need to stimulate pretty much all the attacks (exploits) in metasploit without actually targeting a real victim (I don't think autopwn can ...
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Law & Ethics - I'm not be breaking the law its the computer [closed]

So it would be illegal to run a metasploit attack against a computer you don't have permission to do so against, right? But what if I configure a web server to nmap scan, then metasploit attack ...
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Metasploit Wifi Modules Asking for lorcon2

I'm using Metasploit Framework for Wifi Exploiation, on Backtrack R2, but I'm getting this error: The Lorcon2 module is not available: no such file to load -- Lorcon2 But actually, I have installed ...
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About generating Exe files from Metasploit scripts

I'm a newbie to Metasploit framework. I want to create a standalone application (an exe file) exploiting MS08-067 vulnerability. Is that possible for me to have the application generated from ...
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Why wouldn't the reverse shell connect back using the same port that exploited the server?

The reverse shell payload from msf use a new port to connect back to the attacker, therefore if the target server has outgoing filters, attack would fail. i.e established server:ftp <-> ...
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using exploit/unix/webapp/tikiwiki_graph_formula_exec

I have backtrack and metasploitable running on my Macbook pro and I am trying to run **exploit/unix/webapp/tikiwiki_graph_formula_exec** exploit on msfconsole to penetrate the metasploitable operating ...
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can a backdoor executable be used on an occupied port?

Suppose I am doing a penetration test on a network that has a firewall that blocks all ports except 80, 110, and 443. I want to use a metasploit reverse-TCP backdoor executable written in msfpayload ...
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Disadvantages of metasploit Framework for windows

Are there any explicit disadvantages in comparison to running it on a UNIX machine these days?
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Airbase-ng & Metasploit the perfect pair

So if I am running an airbase-ng soft AP, I have several clients connecting to me. I can run metasploit against them once they are connected manually, but that is oh too much effort. Is there anyway ...
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Need a little help with Metasploit and Java? [closed]

I'm a junior programmer and i was asked in my job to test java using metasploit... I followed this detailed environment: ...
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Shellcode that is smaller than 295 bytes that spawns a shell [closed]

Metasploit payloads produce more than 300-byte shellcodes. But I want my shell-spawning shellcodes to be less than 295 bytes. Can anyone show me the links to these shellcodes? Thanks.