Armitage 09.26.11 released.
Armitage is a graphical cyber attack management tool for Metasploit that visualizes your targets, recommends exploits, and exposes the advanced capabilities of the framework. Armitage aims to make Metasploit usable for security practitioners who understand hacking but don’t use Metasploit every day. If you want to learn Metasploit and grow into the advanced features, Armitage can help you.
Official change log for Armitage 09.26.11:-
- Improved performance when launching exploits and other modules that open a new tab.
- Launching an exploit will only open a tab when fewer than four hosts are highlighted. If four or more are highlighted, then Armitage will use the old behavior of silently launching each exploit. [You're supposed to be able to attack hundreds of hosts at once--hence my desire to add this caveat]
- When launching an exploit in the background, Armitage will show a dialog indicating that the exploit was launched against X hosts.
- You may now drag and drop Armitage tabs to rearrange their order.
- Armitage “show all commands” option (for better exploit feedback) is now on by default.
- You may now right-click a screenshot/webcam shot to zoom in or out on the image. The zoom-level stays fixed (in case you refresh the image later)
- Added a menu to the X button in the tabs. Through this menu you may open the current tab in its own window or close all like tabs.
- Updated Hosts -> Import Hosts to reflect the current importable file types.
- Added View -> Reporting -> Export Data to dump most Metasploit tables into TSV and XML files suitable for parsing (by you!) into a report format of some sort.
- Armitage now encodes (-e x86/shikata_ga_nai -i 3) any Windows meterpreter payload generated from the module launcher dialog.
- [host] -> Meterpreter -> Access -> Duplicate now uses multi_meter_inject to launch Meterpreter into memory directly (rather than upload and execute a file)
- In teaming mode, Armitage will now automatically upload a file selected through the + option (e.g., USER_FILE +) to the Metasploit server and set the value in Metasploit accordingly.
- Modified error output for a failed Metasploit method to only display the method name and error message. Displaying a large input would cause Armitage UI to start flashing in some weird disco mode until a hard reset. Yeaah!
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