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    Hello guys!!!

    anybody can explain me how to connect to meterpreter service???

    I install a meterpreter service with phreedom.org/software/metsvc/]Meterpreter service but i don't know how i can connect!!

    Thanks, and sorry for my bad english!

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    Quote Originally Posted by serpens View Post
    Hello guys!!!

    anybody can explain me how to connect to meterpreter service???

    I install a meterpreter service with phreedom.org/software/metsvc/]Meterpreter service but i don't know how i can connect!!

    Thanks, and sorry for my bad english!
    Use the connect command?
    Might want to read up on it a bit more before trying.
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    Quote Originally Posted by archangel.amael View Post
    Use the connect command?
    Might want to read up on it a bit more before trying.
    I read the forum during two days and i didn't found the solution!!!!!

    I tried to connect with payload of meterpreter service windows/metsvc_bind_tcp and the exploit multi-handler, but not works!!! And the meterpreter service is installed fine and works!!! The firewall is disabled and the machine hasn't an antivirus (it's a XP SP2 on VMware).

    Sorry for the questions, but i search in the forum and google and nothing!!

    Thanks!!!!

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    ugh like was said you need to do more research

    but load up msfconsole choose multihandler, set the rhost and rport and then exploit / run

    besides why not just use a reverse bind in the first place ??
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    The fifth result of a Google search for "conect meterpreter session" is linked below.

    (Notice that I spelled my search query wrong and still managed to find something relevant on my first try)

    The way I waste my days: Bypassing firewalls with port forwarding - part 1

    The example uses a reverse handler as suggested by vvpalin, but its easy to adapt it to a forward connection if you so desire.
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