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November 29, 2010

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Armitage: Metasploit Attack Management GUI

Armitage, by Raphael Mudge, is a great little user interface for Metasploit which allows you to easily discover targets, deliver exploits, and manage your attacks to do things like pivots without any hassles.

Getting started with Armitage in Backtrack 4 R2 is easy. First, start the MySQL DB with /etc/init.d/mysql start (root/toor), and then start the Metasploit RPC daemon:

cd /pentest/exploits/framework3
./msfrpcd -f -U msf -P test -t Basic

Once msfrpcd is running, simply launch Armitage using the script provided and click Connect (you may need to check the Use SSL checkbox).

Armitage is written in Java, and works in Linux, Windows and Mac OS X. Download it here.

[Update] Armitage has been added to the Backtrack repos. Here’s a short tutorial, and check out the video tutorial below.

[Updated 21/01/2011] Hak5 episode 882 features a tutorial with mubix and Mudge (Hak5).

2 Comments Post a comment
  1. C.I.R.
    Apr 17 2012

    But to attack a MacOsX, how can I do?

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