Friday, February 23, 2007

Needs more cowbell



With a few utils from here, and a ruby package from a friend of mine, its pretty easy to get metasploit running on a Nokia N800. I love that cow banner.


Thanks go out to HD Moore for making metasploit so easy to install on new platforms.


UPDATE: Breaking into a Win2k SP4 server using the ms03_026_dcom exploit. This is nifty!

18 comments:

one.miguel said...

That is cool.

David Maynor said...

And its easy to do. I highly suggest getting one, I'll help you turn it into a metasploit/bluetooth/wifi auditing device in a few hours. The battery seems to last for 6 hours or so which means you can turn it on, toss it in a backpack, and just let it gather data.

George said...

It would be nice if they put in a blackberry style split keyboard in the thing with half the keys on one side and half the keys on the other. I can't imagine trying to input command line in to the thing.

Rhys Kidd said...

Very cool David!

How's performance on the N800's 330MHz CPU? I wouldn't expect it, but are there any issues accessing the 802.11 device through Maemo?

VDIAS said...

Does it work on windows mobile too?

David Maynor said...

d@Vdias
All you need for it to work is a Ruby interpreter. I can’t seem to find one for WinCE though.

David Maynor said...

@Rhys
Its actually preetty speedy. THe only slowdown I notice is when its building the payload right before it launches the attack and even thats just a few seconds.

David Maynor said...

@George
I just made a GUI app that you can click on to pick attacks and launch exploits. Its alot better than typing on a softkeyboard.

Kristian said...

Got the N800 and installed OssoXterm on it. Could you be helpfull on turning metasploit on? Would be way cool!

VDIAS said...

Any news on getting it to work on pocket pc...?

Toontje said...

David, can you tell me where you got the Ruby from?
Can you guide us on how to nstall the framework? Were you using 3.0?

pixelNate said...

Howw did you get ruby installed on the n800? I keep running into dependency issues, namely libgdbm and libreadline4. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

~Nate

Pierre said...

You can get my ruby package here (just used mud-builder...)

Rob said...

I'm interested in being able to turn the n800 into a metasploit/bluetooth/wifi auditing device. If you can help me get this going, and if you happen to know a battery pack I could use to extend the life of the n800 that would be great.

spaceaquarium said...

Hallo David, you have said you made a GUI app that you can click on to pick attacks and launch exploits. Could you give it to public?

Pierre said...

I now have the Metasploit Framework web interface (aka msfweb) working fine. See my post about this.

Justin said...

Hi all the info was great but I have a upgraded my N800 to OS 2008 does anyone have MetaSploit running on the new OS and if so what is the trick.

kyokorn said...

Hello David

Great Work, I have a nokia n800 whit os2008 Maemo Diablo, When i run msfconsole y recived permission denied i can't copy the metasploit directory to /home/user because i don't have space, why can i do ? Thanks in advance