kkelaniat December 15,2016 Eli the computer guy is very interesting. I really like the way he broke down the concept of Metasploit. I also like the fact that it’s a framework and not an application. It provides opportunity to be creative.
asdfaslkjadsfasdasdfasat December 15,2016 Looks like everyone commenting on this has great things to say about Eli the computer guy. I hadn't heard of him before watching this video. Glad I was exposed to this resource, he did a pretty great job of explaining the metasploit framework.
jgalaat December 15,2016 Eli the computer guy has such great content especially when it comes to handling complex situations. He really gives an in-depth walkthrough of multiple software or tools that can be used to perform various tasks that one may not know about. This video has the basics covered but then again homework is needed to learn metasploit to script various attacks.
Taylorlouat December 15,2016 I've never heard of metasploit before but it sounds very interesting. Pen testing has always been an interest of mine and being able to learn about some of the tools that pen testers use was a great learning experience. Some of these practices seem like something out of movie such as executing a remote shell prompt on a victim computer but it's all important to under stab the possibilities that metasploit is capable of reaching. It seems like a very pliable platform.
akiat December 15,2016 Metasploit is one of the best and one of my favorite tool. I love writing scripts in ruby for metasploits, nothing can beat the feeling of writing payload and exploit for different systems.
Metasploit currently supports approximately 438 payloads, which are categorized under three categories Command shell, meterpreter and Dynamic payloads.