Monthly Archives: November 2011

BackTrack 5 tutorial: Part 3 – More on exploitation frameworks

Hey guys,

BackTrack 5, the much-awaited penetration testing framework, was released in May 2011. This third installment of our BackTrack 5 tutorial explores tools for browser exploitation such as theft of credentials, Web privilege escalation and password recovery. This part of our BackTrack 5 tutorial also provides an insight into automated SQL injection using DarkMySQLi.

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The Metasploit Framework Tutorial PDF compendium: Mr. Karthik Ranganath

The Metasploit Framework is a free, open source penetration testing solution developed by the open source security community. Metasploit Framework eliminates the need for writing individual exploits, saving pen-testers considerable time and effort. Originally created by H D Moore in 2003, Metasploit was later bought over by Rapid7. Over time, it has matured into a popular tool of choice for infosec professionals and enthusiasts. has put together a basket of tutorials that cover the Metasploit Framework’s various aspects. Our Metasploit Framework tutorials cover pen-testing using Metasploit — right from the basics to post-exploitation — and everything in between. These Metasploit Framework tutorials are available for free download in PDF format for offline reference. Please go through the links on this page for our Metasploit Framework tutorial PDFs.

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