[framework] Problem with MSF + nmap + exploit
lazydj98 at gmail.com
Sun Sep 4 19:15:43 CDT 2011
Sorry for the blank msg, operator error.
Also keep in mind sp2 defaults to the win FW being on. Tho your nmap wouldn't succeed in that case either (unless you used the -PN switch with nmap)
On Sep 4, 2011, at 2:43 PM, David Kennedy <kennedyd013 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Yea... switch it to bridges mode versus private network and it'll be fine.
> On Sep 4, 2011 2:33 PM, "haZard0us" <hazard0us.pt at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hi David and thanks for the quick answer.
> > I'm using VirtualBox in a private vbox network - in this case, intnet.
> > Just similar as the vmnet's. If it could help, i have the exact same
> > issue in vmware workstation. I'm starting to believe that this problem
> > is caused by nmap.
> > Regards
> > On 04-09-2011 19:30, David Kennedy wrote:
> >> Just to gather some more information here and one of the most common
> >> results for what was mentioned below. Are you using this in a virtual
> >> machine in NAT mode? In most cases NMAP will kill the NAT mode if NMAP
> >> is going through. Appears to be to much traffic for it to handle. In
> >> this situation, switch to bridged mode which will resolve the problem.
> >> If this isn't the configuration you're using then let us know.
> >> -Dave
> >> On Sun, Sep 4, 2011 at 2:25 PM, haZard0us <hazard0us.pt at gmail.com
> >> <mailto:hazard0us.pt at gmail.com>> wrote:
> >> Hi everybody,
> >> I know that maybe this list isn't the appropriate one to ask this
> >> but, as i am working with MSF, i'm trying to get the answer here.
> >> I have a private lab with two machines - BT5R1 and WinXP SP2 En -
> >> connected to eachother in a private network. No firewalls, no
> >> AV's, nothing that i could think of to disrupt connection.
> >> Doing a simple scan to the XP machine using nmap "192.168.1.10" i
> >> can get all the needed results. But, after doing the scan, i can't
> >> run the exploit, connect or even ping the machine. Since there's
> >> no IPS, IDS, AV, Firewall or some other tool for protection...
> >> what can i do to stop this?
> >> Regards
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