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Pearce Barry  

Manager with Metasploit Engineering, facilitating design-and-development work on commercial and open source R7 products

Metasploit Wrapup

It's been a hot minute since the last Metasploit Wrapup. So why not take in our snazzy new Rapid7 blog makeover and catch up on what's been goin' down! You can't spell 'Struts' without 'trust' Or perhaps you can! With the all the current news…

Metasploit Wrapup

Slowloris: SMB edition Taking a page from the Slowloris HTTP DoS attack, the aptly named SMBLoris DoS attack exploits a vuln contained in many Windows releases (back to Windows 2000) and also affects Samba (a popular open source SMB implementation). Through creation of many connections…

Metasploit Wrapup

With Hacker Summer Camp 2017 wrapped up and folks now recovering from it, why not grab a drink and read up on what's new with Metasploit? Where there's smoke...At least a few versions of open source firewall IPFire contain a post-auth RCE vulnerability, and…

Metasploit Weekly Wrapup

Ghost...what??? hdm recently provided a new exploit module for a type confusion vulnerability that exists in Ghostscript versions 9.21 and earlier, allowing remote code execution on the target. And to "kick it up a notch", this exploit got itself a snazzy…

Weekly Metasploit Wrapup

I gave at the officeThe office can be a popular place when it comes to giving. From selling kids' cookies/candy to raising awareness for a charity, the opportunity to 'give at the office' is definitely a thing. And now, thanks to Office macros, Metasploit…