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Long live copy and paste Adam Galway enhanced the set PAYLOAD command to strip the /payload/, payload/, and / prefixes from a payload name in an effort to improve the user experience while configuring an exploit's payload. You can see the new behavior below! msf5 exploit(…

Metasploit Wrap-Up

Ricoh Privilege Escalation No ink? No problem. Here’s some SYSTEM access. A new module by our own space-r7 has been added to Metasploit Framework this week that adds a privilege escalation exploit for various Ricoh printer drivers on Windows systems. This module takes advantage…

Metasploit Wrap-up

In the week after our CTF, we hope the players had a good time and got back to their loved ones, jobs, lives, studies, and most importantly, back to their beds (and you can find out who the winners were here!). For the Metasploit team,…

DOUBLEPULSAR over RDP: Baselining Badness on the Internet

How many internet-accessible RDP services have the DOPU implant installed? How much DOPU-over-RDP traffic do we see being sprayed across the internet?…

DOUBLEPULSAR RCE 2: An RDP Story

In this sequel, wvu recounts the R&D (in all its imperfect glory) behind creating a Metasploit module for the DOUBLEPULSAR implant's lesser-known RDP variant. If you're unfamiliar with the more common SMB variant, you can read our blog post detailing how we achieved…

Congrats to the winners of the 2020 Metasploit community CTF

After four days of competition and a whole lot of “trying harder,” we have the winners of this year's Metasploit community CTF. We've included some high-level stats from the game below; check out the scoreboard here. If you played the CTF and want to let…

Metasploit Team Announces Beta Sign-Up for AttackerKB

AttackerKB is a knowledge base of vulnerabilities and informed opinions on what makes them valuable (or not) targets for exploitation.…

Metasploit Wrap-Up

Happy CTF week, folks! If you haven't already been following along with (or competing in) Metasploit's global community CTF, it started yesterday and runs through Monday morning U.S. Eastern Time. Registration has been full for a while, but you can join the #metasploit-ctf channel…

Metasploit Wrap-up

Transgressive Traversal Contributor Dhiraj Mishra authored a neat Directory Traversal module targeted at NVMS-1000 Network Surveillance Management Software developed by TVT Digital Technology. Permitting the arbitrary downloading of files stored on a machine running compromised software, this module becomes all the more attractive when you…

Active Exploitation of Citrix NetScaler (CVE-2019-19781): What You Need to Know

A a directory traversal vulnerability was announced in the Citrix Application Discovery Controller and Citrix Gateway, which would allow a remote, unauthenticated user to write a file to a location on disk.…

Metasploit Wrap-Up

Silly admin, Citrix is for script kiddies A hot, new module has landed in Metasploit Framework this week. It takes advantage of CVE-2019-19781 which is a directory traversal vulnerability in Citrix Application Delivery Controller (ADC) and Gateway. This exploit takes advantage of unsanitized input within…

Announcing the 2020 Metasploit community CTF

Metasploit's community CTF is back! Starting January 30, players will have four days to find flags and win points and glory. Teams welcome.…

Metasploit Wrap-Up

A new OpenBSD local exploit Community contributor bcoles brings us a new exploit module for CVE-2019-19726, a vulnerability originally discovered by Qualys in OpenBSD. This vulnerability is pretty interesting in the sense that it leverages a bug in the _dl_getenv function that can be…

Memorable Metasploit Moments of 2019

Here’s a smattering of the year’s Metasploit Framework highlights from 2019. As ever, we’re grateful to and for the community that keeps us going strong.…

Metasploit Wrap-Up

With 2019 almost wrapped up, we’ve been left wondering where the time went! It’s been a busy year for Metasploit, and we’re going out on a reptile-themed note this wrap-up... Python gets compatible With the clock quickly ticking down on Python 2…