Metasploit framework, part 2

Wednesday, 8 September 2004, 11:31 AM EST

In the first part of this article series, we discussed how writing exploits is still a painful and time-consuming process. We discussed the common obstacles faced during exploit development and how the Metasploit Framework can solve some of the problems.

This article will start off with a brief introduction to the console interface and explain how to select and use an exploit module. We will then cover the environment system, how it works, and what features can be enabled through it.

By Pukhraj Singh and K.K. Mookhey at SecurityFocus.

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