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msfrpcd

root@kali:~# msfrpcd -h

Usage: msfrpcd <options>

OPTIONS:

    -P <opt>  Specify the password to access msfrpcd
    -S        Disable SSL on the RPC socket
    -U <opt>  Specify the username to access msfrpcd
    -a <opt>  Bind to this IP address
    -f        Run the daemon in the foreground
    -h        Help banner
    -n        Disable database
    -p <opt>  Bind to this port instead of 55553
    -t <opt>  Token Timeout (default 300 seconds
    -u <opt>  URI for Web server

Metasploit-Framework Usage Examples

One of the best sources of information on using the Metasploit Framework is Metasploit Unleashed, a free online course created by Offensive Security. Metasploit Unleashed guides you from the absolute basics of Metasploit all the way through to advanced topics.

Packages and Binaries:

metasploit-framework

The Metasploit Framework is an open source platform that supports vulnerability research, exploit development, and the creation of custom security tools.

Installed size: 402.06 MB
How to install: sudo apt install metasploit-framework

  • bundler
  • curl
  • git
  • john
  • libc6
  • libffi7
  • libgcc-s1
  • libpcap0.8
  • libpq5
  • libruby2.7
  • libsqlite3-0
  • libstdc++6
  • nasm
  • nmap
  • openssl
  • oracle-instantclient-basic
  • postgresql
  • python3
  • rake
  • ruby
  • ruby-json
  • wget
msf-egghunter
root@kali:~# msf-egghunter -h
Usage: msf-egghunter [options]
Example: msf-egghunter -f python -e W00T

Specific options:
    -f, --format <String>            See --list-formats for a list of supported output formats
    -b, --badchars <String>          (Optional) Bad characters to avoid for the egg
    -e, --egg <String>               The egg (Please give 4 bytes)
    -p, --platform <String>          (Optional) Platform
        --startreg <String>          (Optional) The starting register
        --forward                    (Optional) To search forward
        --depreg <String>            (Optional) The DEP register
        --depdest <String>           (Optional) The DEP destination
        --depsize <Integer>          (Optional) The DEP size
        --depmethod <String>         (Optional) The DEP method to use (virtualprotect/virtualalloc/copy/copy_size)
    -a, --arch <String>              (Optional) Architecture
        --list-formats               List all supported output formats
    -v, --var-name <name>            (Optional) Specify a custom variable name to use for certain output formats
    -h, --help                       Show this message

msf-exe2vba
root@kali:~# msf-exe2vba -h
    Usage: msf-exe2vba [exe] [vba]

msf-exe2vbs
root@kali:~# msf-exe2vbs -h
    Usage: msf-exe2vbs [exe] [vbs]

msf-find_badchars
root@kali:~# msf-find_badchars -h

    Usage: msf-find_badchars <options>

OPTIONS:

    -b <opt>  The list of characters to avoid: '\x00\xff'
    -h        Help banner
    -i <opt>  Read memory contents from the supplied file path
    -t <opt>  The format that the memory contents are in (empty to list)

msf-halflm_second
root@kali:~# msf-halflm_second -h

    Usage: msf-halflm_second <options>

OPTIONS:

    -h        Display this help information
    -n <opt>  The encypted LM hash to crack
    -p <opt>  The decrypted LANMAN password for bytes 1-7
    -s <opt>  The server challenge (default value 1122334455667788)

msf-hmac_sha1_crack
root@kali:~# msf-hmac_sha1_crack -h

Usage: msf-hmac_sha1_crack hashes.txt <wordlist | - >
The format of hash file is <identifier>:<hex-salt>:<hash>


msf-java_deserializer
root@kali:~# msf-java_deserializer -h
Usage: msf-java_deserializer <file> [option]
    -a, --array=ID                   Print detailed information about content array
    -o, --object=ID                  Print detailed information about content object
    -h, --help                       Prints this help

msf-jsobfu
root@kali:~# msf-jsobfu -h
Usage: msf-jsobfu [options]

Specific options:
    -t, --iteration <Integer>        Number of times to obfuscate the JavaScript
    -i, --input <String>             The JavaScript file you want to obfuscate (default=1)
    -o, --output <String>            Save the obfuscated file as
    -p id1,id2,                      The identifiers to preserve
        --preserved-identifiers
    -h, --help                       Show this message

msf-makeiplist

msf-md5_lookup
root@kali:~# msf-md5_lookup -h
Usage: msf-md5_lookup [options]

Specific options:
    -i, --input <file>               The file that contains all the MD5 hashes (one line per hash)
    -d, --databases <names>          (Optional) Select databases: all, authsecu, i337, md5_my_addr, md5_net, md5crack, md5cracker, md5decryption, md5online, md5pass, netmd5crack, tmto (Default=all)
    -o, --out <filepath>             (Optional) Save the results to a file (Default=md5_results.txt)
    -h, --help                       Show this message

msf-metasm_shell
root@kali:~# msf-metasm_shell -h

Usage: msf-metasm_shell <options>

OPTIONS:

    -a <opt>  The architecture to encode as (ARM, Ia32, MIPS, X86_64)
    -e <opt>  The endianess to encode as (big, little)
    -h        Display this help information

msf-msf_irb_shell
root@kali:~# msf-msf_irb_shell -h
Usage:  irb.rb [options] [programfile] [arguments]
  -f                Suppress read of ~/.irbrc
  -d                Set $DEBUG to true (same as `ruby -d')
  -r load-module    Same as `ruby -r'
  -I path           Specify $LOAD_PATH directory
  -U                Same as `ruby -U`
  -E enc            Same as `ruby -E`
  -w                Same as `ruby -w`
  -W[level=2]       Same as `ruby -W`
  --context-mode n  Set n[0-4] to method to create Binding Object,
                    when new workspace was created
  --echo            Show result(default)
  --noecho          Don't show result
  --inspect         Use `inspect' for output
  --noinspect       Don't use inspect for output
  --multiline       Use multiline editor module
  --nomultiline     Don't use multiline editor module
  --singleline      Use singleline editor module
  --nosingleline    Don't use singleline editor module
  --colorize        Use colorization
  --nocolorize      Don't use colorization
  --prompt prompt-mode/--prompt-mode prompt-mode
                    Switch prompt mode. Pre-defined prompt modes are
                    `default', `simple', `xmp' and `inf-ruby'
  --inf-ruby-mode   Use prompt appropriate for inf-ruby-mode on emacs.
                    Suppresses --multiline and --singleline.
  --sample-book-mode/--simple-prompt
                    Simple prompt mode
  --noprompt        No prompt mode
  --single-irb      Share self with sub-irb.
  --tracer          Display trace for each execution of commands.
  --back-trace-limit n
                    Display backtrace top n and tail n. The default
                    value is 16.
  --verbose         Show details
  --noverbose       Don't show details
  -v, --version	    Print the version of irb
  -h, --help        Print help
  --                Separate options of irb from the list of command-line args


msf-nasm_shell
root@kali:~# msf-nasm_shell -h
0 bits not supported

msf-pattern_create
root@kali:~# msf-pattern_create -h
Usage: msf-pattern_create [options]
Example: msf-pattern_create -l 50 -s ABC,def,123
Ad1Ad2Ad3Ae1Ae2Ae3Af1Af2Af3Bd1Bd2Bd3Be1Be2Be3Bf1Bf

Options:
    -l, --length <length>            The length of the pattern
    -s, --sets <ABC,def,123>         Custom Pattern Sets
    -h, --help                       Show this message

msf-pattern_offset
root@kali:~# msf-pattern_offset -h
Usage: msf-pattern_offset [options]
Example: msf-pattern_offset -q Aa3A
[*] Exact match at offset 9

Options:
    -q, --query Aa0A                 Query to Locate
    -l, --length <length>            The length of the pattern
    -s, --sets <ABC,def,123>         Custom Pattern Sets
    -h, --help                       Show this message

msf-pdf2xdp
root@kali:~# msf-pdf2xdp -h
    Usage: msf-pdf2xdp input.pdf output.xdp

msf-virustotal
root@kali:~# msf-virustotal -h
Usage: msf-virustotal [options]

Specific options:
    -k <key>                         (Optional) Virusl API key to use
    -d <seconds>                     (Optional) Number of seconds to wait for the report
    -q                               (Optional) Do a hash search without uploading the sample
    -f <filenames>                   Files to scan

Common options:
    -h, --help                       Show this message

msfconsole

Metasploit Framework Console

root@kali:~# msfconsole -h
Usage: msfconsole [options]

Common options:
    -E, --environment ENVIRONMENT    Set Rails environment, defaults to RAIL_ENV environment variable or 'production'

Database options:
    -M, --migration-path DIRECTORY   Specify a directory containing additional DB migrations
    -n, --no-database                Disable database support
    -y, --yaml PATH                  Specify a YAML file containing database settings

Framework options:
    -c FILE                          Load the specified configuration file
    -v, -V, --version                Show version

Module options:
        --defer-module-loads         Defer module loading unless explicitly asked
    -m, --module-path DIRECTORY      Load an additional module path

Console options:
    -a, --ask                        Ask before exiting Metasploit or accept 'exit -y'
    -H, --history-file FILE          Save command history to the specified file
    -l, --logger STRING              Specify a logger to use (Stderr, StdoutWithoutTimestamps, Flatfile, Stdout, TimestampColorlessFlatfile)
    -L, --real-readline              Use the system Readline library instead of RbReadline
    -o, --output FILE                Output to the specified file
    -p, --plugin PLUGIN              Load a plugin on startup
    -q, --quiet                      Do not print the banner on startup
    -r, --resource FILE              Execute the specified resource file (- for stdin)
    -x, --execute-command COMMAND    Execute the specified console commands (use ; for multiples)
    -h, --help                       Show this message

msfd
root@kali:~# msfd -h

Usage: msfd <options>

OPTIONS:

    -A <opt>  Specify list of hosts allowed to connect
    -D <opt>  Specify list of hosts not allowed to connect
    -a <opt>  Bind to this IP address instead of loopback
    -f        Run the daemon in the foreground
    -h        Help banner
    -p <opt>  Bind to this port instead of 55554
    -q        Do not print the banner on startup
    -s        Use SSL

msfdb
root@kali:~# msfdb -h

Manage the metasploit framework database

You can use an specific port number for the
PostgreSQL connection setting the PGPORT variable
in the current shell.

Example: PGPORT=5433 msfdb init

  msfdb init     # start and initialize the database
  msfdb reinit   # delete and reinitialize the database
  msfdb delete   # delete database and stop using it
  msfdb start    # start the database
  msfdb stop     # stop the database
  msfdb status   # check service status
  msfdb run      # start the database and run msfconsole


msfrpc
root@kali:~# msfrpc -h

Usage: msfrpc <options>

OPTIONS:

    -P <opt>  Specify the password to access msfrpcd
    -S        Disable SSL on the RPC socket
    -U <opt>  Specify the username to access msfrpcd
    -a <opt>  Connect to this IP address
    -h        Help banner
    -p <opt>  Connect to the specified port instead of 55553

msfrpcd
root@kali:~# msfrpcd -h

Usage: msfrpcd <options>

OPTIONS:

    -P <opt>  Specify the password to access msfrpcd
    -S        Disable SSL on the RPC socket
    -U <opt>  Specify the username to access msfrpcd
    -a <opt>  Bind to this IP address (default: 0.0.0.0)
    -c        (JSON-RPC) Path to certificate (default: /root/.msf4/msf-ws-cert.pem)
    -f        Run the daemon in the foreground
    -h        Help banner
    -j        (JSON-RPC) Start JSON-RPC server
    -k        (JSON-RPC) Path to private key (default: /root/.msf4/msf-ws-key.pem)
    -n        Disable database
    -p <opt>  Bind to this port (default: 55553)
    -t <opt>  Token Timeout seconds (default: 300)
    -u <opt>  URI for Web server
    -v        (JSON-RPC) SSL enable verify (optional) client cert requests

msfupdate
root@kali:~# msfupdate -h
msfupdate is no longer supported when Metasploit is part of the operating
system. Please use 'apt update; apt install metasploit-framework'

msfvenom

Payload Generator and Encoder

root@kali:~# msfvenom -h
MsfVenom - a Metasploit standalone payload generator.
Also a replacement for msfpayload and msfencode.
Usage: /usr/bin/msfvenom [options] <var=val>
Example: /usr/bin/msfvenom -p windows/meterpreter/reverse_tcp LHOST=<IP> -f exe -o payload.exe

Options:
    -l, --list            <type>     List all modules for [type]. Types are: payloads, encoders, nops, platforms, archs, encrypt, formats, all
    -p, --payload         <payload>  Payload to use (--list payloads to list, --list-options for arguments). Specify '-' or STDIN for custom
        --list-options               List --payload <value>'s standard, advanced and evasion options
    -f, --format          <format>   Output format (use --list formats to list)
    -e, --encoder         <encoder>  The encoder to use (use --list encoders to list)
        --service-name    <value>    The service name to use when generating a service binary
        --sec-name        <value>    The new section name to use when generating large Windows binaries. Default: random 4-character alpha string
        --smallest                   Generate the smallest possible payload using all available encoders
        --encrypt         <value>    The type of encryption or encoding to apply to the shellcode (use --list encrypt to list)
        --encrypt-key     <value>    A key to be used for --encrypt
        --encrypt-iv      <value>    An initialization vector for --encrypt
    -a, --arch            <arch>     The architecture to use for --payload and --encoders (use --list archs to list)
        --platform        <platform> The platform for --payload (use --list platforms to list)
    -o, --out             <path>     Save the payload to a file
    -b, --bad-chars       <list>     Characters to avoid example: '\x00\xff'
    -n, --nopsled         <length>   Prepend a nopsled of [length] size on to the payload
        --pad-nops                   Use nopsled size specified by -n <length> as the total payload size, auto-prepending a nopsled of quantity (nops minus payload length)
    -s, --space           <length>   The maximum size of the resulting payload
        --encoder-space   <length>   The maximum size of the encoded payload (defaults to the -s value)
    -i, --iterations      <count>    The number of times to encode the payload
    -c, --add-code        <path>     Specify an additional win32 shellcode file to include
    -x, --template        <path>     Specify a custom executable file to use as a template
    -k, --keep                       Preserve the --template behaviour and inject the payload as a new thread
    -v, --var-name        <value>    Specify a custom variable name to use for certain output formats
    -t, --timeout         <second>   The number of seconds to wait when reading the payload from STDIN (default 30, 0 to disable)
    -h, --help                       Show this message

Updated on: 2021-Sep-16