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Metasploitable3: Vulnerable Machine for Exploit Testing

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Metasploitable3 is a free virtual machine that allows you to simulate attacks largely using Metasploit. It has been used by people in the security industry for a variety of reasons: such as training for network exploitation, exploit development, software testing, technical job interviews, sales demonstrations, or CTF junkies who are looking for kicks, etc

Vulnerable Applications and Services
  •     GlassFish
  •     Apache Struts
  •     Tomcat
  •     Jenkins
  •     IIS FTP
  •     IIS HTTP
  •     psexec
  •     SSH
  •     WinRM
  •     chinese caidao
  •     ManageEngine
  •     ElasticSearch
  •     Apache Axis2
  •     WebDAV
  •     SNMP
  •     MySQL
  •     JMX
  •     WordPress
  •     SMB
  •     Remote Desktop
  •     PHPMyAdmin
Building Metasploitable 3
Requirements:
  •     Packer
  •     Vagrant
  •     Vagrant Reload Plugin
  •     VirtualBox 5.1.6
  •     Internet connection
 
To build automatically:

    Run the build_win2008.sh script if using bash, or build_win2008.ps1 if using Windows.
    If the command completes successfully, run ‘vagrant up’.
    When this process completes, you should be able to open the VM within VirtualBox and login. The default credentials are U: vagrant and P: vagrant.

 
To build manually:

  1.     Clone this repo and navigate to the main directory.
  2.     Build the base VM image by running packer build windows_2008_r2.json. This will take a while the first time you run it since it has to download the OS installation ISO.
  3.     After the base Vagrant box is created you need to add it to your Vagrant environment. This can be done with the command vagrant box add windows_2008_r2_virtualbox.box --name=metasploitable3.
  4.     Use vagrant plugin install vagrant-reload to install the reload vagrant provisioner if you haven’t already.
  5.     To start the VM, run the command vagrant up. This will start up the VM and run all of the installation and configuration scripts necessary to set everything up. This takes about 10 minutes.
  6.     Once this process completes, you can open up the VM within VirtualBox and login. The default credentials are U: vagrant and P: vagrant.
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(12-08-2016, 10:34 PM)UnknownKind Wrote:
[Image: FLQUvsR.jpg]

Metasploitable3 is a free virtual machine that allows you to simulate attacks largely using Metasploit. It has been used by people in the security industry for a variety of reasons: such as training for network exploitation, exploit development, software testing, technical job interviews, sales demonstrations, or CTF junkies who are looking for kicks, etc

Vulnerable Applications and Services
  •     GlassFish
  •     Apache Struts
  •     Tomcat
  •     Jenkins
  •     IIS FTP
  •     IIS HTTP
  •     psexec
  •     SSH
  •     WinRM
  •     chinese caidao
  •     ManageEngine
  •     ElasticSearch
  •     Apache Axis2
  •     WebDAV
  •     SNMP
  •     MySQL
  •     JMX
  •     WordPress
  •     SMB
  •     Remote Desktop
  •     PHPMyAdmin
Building Metasploitable 3
Requirements:
  •     Packer
  •     Vagrant
  •     Vagrant Reload Plugin
  •     VirtualBox 5.1.6
  •     Internet connection
 
To build automatically:

    Run the build_win2008.sh script if using bash, or build_win2008.ps1 if using Windows.
    If the command completes successfully, run ‘vagrant up’.
    When this process completes, you should be able to open the VM within VirtualBox and login. The default credentials are U: vagrant and P: vagrant.

 
To build manually:

  1.     Clone this repo and navigate to the main directory.
  2.     Build the base VM image by running packer build windows_2008_r2.json. This will take a while the first time you run it since it has to download the OS installation ISO.
  3.     After the base Vagrant box is created you need to add it to your Vagrant environment. This can be done with the command vagrant box add windows_2008_r2_virtualbox.box --name=metasploitable3.
  4.     Use vagrant plugin install vagrant-reload to install the reload vagrant provisioner if you haven’t already.
  5.     To start the VM, run the command vagrant up. This will start up the VM and run all of the installation and configuration scripts necessary to set everything up. This takes about 10 minutes.
  6.     Once this process completes, you can open up the VM within VirtualBox and login. The default credentials are U: vagrant and P: vagrant.

Nice One Keep It Up Bro. Big Grin
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