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Re: search -t
From: jambunathan sadasivamiyer <jamshuttle77 () gmail com>
Date: Wed, 15 Jun 2011 15:30:07 +0530
i quite new to metasploit, but heard a lot about it.
i am interested to explore way the Vulnerability scan and exploit is made.
i am facing problems in installing metasploit in Windows XP dedicated system
i installe metasploit 3.0 from archive and updated it to 3.8.
but, i am unable to create any database, whether database is mandatory for
i am not clear with installation procedure, and how to setup a basic sytem
for running exploit,
ie , that to know the available weekness of the neighbour computers in work
is it mandatory to do this use only LInux or can it be done using Windows.
please give your opinion and guidance
On Wed, Jun 15, 2011 at 11:47 AM, HD Moore <hdm () metasploit com> wrote:
On 6/14/2011 5:24 AM, Michael Messner wrote:
is the -t option from the search command broken or removed?
Help has no more details, tab completion works but if I use it, it looks
like it is broken ...
Hopefully it will get fixed, because it was very nice for searching just
one module type.
The still-not-documented-keyword-system is much more flexible (and
slower), but takes the following options:
name Search within the module's descriptive name name:Microsoft
path Search within the module's path name path:windows/smb
platform Search for modules affecting this platform/target
type Search for modules that are of a specific type (exploit,
auxiliary, or post) type:exploit
app Search for modules that are either client or server attacks
author Search for modules written by author author:hdm
cve Search for modules with a matching CVE ID cve:2009
bid Search for modules with a matching Bugtraq ID bid:10078
osvdb Search for modules with a matching OSVDB ID osvdb:875