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Re: DEP, HardWare Virtualization VM , 64 bit O/S
From: Jacky Jack <jacksonsmth698 () gmail com>
Date: Tue, 8 Jun 2010 22:44:24 +0630

The aim is to exploit known vulnerabilities in testing platforms.
If the target platform is not available, then this is for you to
research and add.

On Tue, Jun 8, 2010 at 7:01 PM, levene10 <levene10 () hotmail com> wrote:
Hi All
I cant help but ran through some of the standard security features of new
standard cpus and modern windows operating systems...( vista & 7 )
Which exploits and payloads of metasploit framework try to circumvents
I believe none , since all your buffer overflows, heap / stack corruptions
have to choose the NoNx platform (a joke) to exploit, the framework has no
rootkits explits  which 64bit windows and VM have effective containment..
I am starting to get confused..
Kindly point out briefly metasploit framework's abilities to exploit new

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  1. Re: java msfgui (scriptjunkie)


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Date: Mon, 7 Jun 2010 10:52:59 -0400
From: scriptjunkie <scriptjunkie1 () googlemail com>
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Subject: Re: [framework] java msfgui
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Unfortunately, Android does not support the swing GUI library that
this uses. Android also has other constraints that make it different
to program for, such as program flow is all driven by Google
callbacks, the program can be frozen/killed at any time and later
restarted, the screen is tiny and should only show one window, the
libraries are mostly different, etc. I'm sure an Android version can
be made, but it would have to be made from scratch.

On Sat, Jun 5, 2010 at 10:53 PM, javatard <javatard () gmail com> wrote:
Android runs Java type apps, I wonder if this could be ported?

On Sat, Jun 5, 2010 at 7:41 PM, scriptjunkie
<scriptjunkie1 () googlemail com>

The Java GUI should be fast and useable, with a number of bugs fixed
and features added.

Provides a simple and easy way of accessing all the modules, payloads,
jobs, and sessions:
It even provides and easy way to generate a payload and send it
through msfencode:

Download, unzip, and run the jar file:
Sources are in the jar file, but the netbeans project files are

If there's still no more interest in a gui, that's all the development on
it I'll do, but if there is, I can maintain it. I tested it on Ubuntu,
Windows XP and 7.


But that's just my opinion, I could be wrong.



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