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metasploit on windows
From: ken at klmsystems.com (ken)
Date: Thu, 18 Jan 2007 11:43:52 -0700
Ok, I suppose my point was simply this. Many users are bound by
internal/company policy to strictly enforce what operating systems they use.
Can these users run a pre-packaged VM solution? Yes. Will they be allowed
to anywhere but where they need it at work? No.
Anyway, I didn't mean to have to make any side discussions. I just rendered
my humble opinion that I attempted to support with the world as I see it.
That opinion was, removing support for windows could have the effect of
making this more of an elite tool, removing it from the mainstream world
that Microsoft seems to own at the moment.
I never suggested that a windows user couldn't, because of a lack of skill
or training, but because of issues outside of their control. What's been
the history of tools or technology that became usable to only a small
fraction of users?
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