Infrastructure Testing with MSF

Infrastructure testing with MSF

by Karol Mazurek


INTRODUCTION

During a full penetration test of the corporate network, you will need many tools to accomplish different tasks to find and exploit vulnerabilities. You will usually find yourself in a situation where you have to manage many sessions simultaneously. Imagine a scenario where you compromised ten hosts, and you want to switch between them quickly. Additionally, few of these hosts are placed within the internal network, so you will need to pivot through one of the compromised systems (bastion). Although it is possible, it would be hard to accomplish those tasks in a single terminal window. Fortunately, there is a solution — The Metasploit Framework.

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June 6, 2022
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