vdutta1980at May 05,2016 Armitage is good, however, on the website, there is mention of Cobalt Strike... According to the website, Cobalt Strike is a collection of threat emulation tools provided by Strategic Cyber LLC to work with the Metasploit Framework. Cobalt Strike includes all features of Armitage and adds post-exploitation tools, in addition to report generation features.
sbudd4at June 15,2016 I appreciate his colloquial delivery and given this was my first exposure to Metasploit (and Eli The Computer Guy), I'm eager to check out not only the rest of his videos on this topic, but what other videos Eli has to offer the middle-aged professional looking to make a career change.
jdg8at June 27,2016 This is a good introduction to get new users involved in the fundamentals of hacking. I downloaded metasploit community version about a year ago, and it is a great tool for intro users to understand basic concepts of computer hacking. There is so much to learn about it though, and I bet the more expensive version has hundreds of tools and methods not known to the common user. $5000 a year though ........ man that's a lot of dough!!
mikebrashierat July 14,2016 This was actually a very informative video for someone like me who is not well versed in hacking methodologies. I aways thought hackers were elite level computer programmers finding vulnerabilities and building specific tools to attack specific system. No, they're just like every other type of computer programmer. They just hack something together using existing frameworks that other smarter programmers wrote.
cg09829at July 22,2016 Interesting video and way over my head...seems like a really good program for network personnel to test security vulnerabilities, penetration testing and IDS signature development. Thought it was interesting to hear him talk about Framework in that you can choose and configure your exploit and payload.