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A piece of software and or hardware designed to detect the presence of vulnerabilities in an IT system.

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In msf console, you can use the autocomplete feature (as Rory suggests) you can use the search command: search windows/fileformat -t exploit If not restrained to the console, another idea is to b …
answered May 30 '11 by john
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First of all, there are two main users of memory dumps in security - forensics and exploit writing guys. Pen-testers, not so much - of course it depends on the pentest ;) The usual way tools that dum …
answered Jul 12 '11 by john
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In the typical case (which is not targeted attacks), the attacker does not need to know the versions of your software. The common, unsophisticated attacker, is renting or has bought an exploit-kit, su …
answered Jun 2 '11 by john