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When you're reviewing vulnerabilities in Nessus, if you view the "detailed vulnerability summary" it will tell you if there is a "public exploit available" for the vulnerability. If there is a public exploit available Nessus will tell you which module from within Metasploit to use. (I use Nessus enterprise on a daily basis). As Milen said, just because the ...


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CVE is only the vulnerability report, it doesn't necessarily mean that it is exploitable. Also, we are very fortunate that even if exploitable, not all vulnerabilities have publicly available exploits, and especially ones that are available within the Metasploit framework. Otherwise we would have lots of script-kiddies running around armed and dangerous! On ...



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