Rapid7 just released a new public repo called vm-automation. The vm-automation
repository is a Python library that encapsulates existing methodologies for
virtual machine and hypervisor automation and provides a platform-agnostic
Python API. Currently, only ESXi and VMWare workstation are supported, but I
have high hopes we will support other hypervisors in time, and we would love to
see contributors come forward and assist in supporting them!
That's awesome. I want to get started now!
The Python Meterpreter
[https://github.com/rapid7/metasploit-framework/wiki/Meterpreter] has received
quite a few improvements this year. In order to generate consistent results, we
now use the same technique to determine the Windows version in both the Windows
and Python instances of Meterpreter. Additionally, the native system language is
now populated in the output of the sysinfo command. This makes it easier to
identify and work with international systems.
The largest change to the Python M
Yesterday, we announced the availability of a PowerShell extension for
Meterpreter [/2016/03/31/weekly-metasploit-wrapup], primarily as a toy for
laughs because no one would seriously consider using it for anything important.
But today? Today we've got a real treat for you. For serious programmers and
serious pentesters, what you really want is a serious language. Something with
the power of a Turing Machine and the readability of raw bytecode. Something
beautiful and subtle, like a chainsaw. S