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I'm working through the Metasploitable 3 vulnerabilities. One of the frequent ones I see mentioned is Elasticsearch on port 9200. I can't get nmap to identify that port as Elasticsearch. Even when I do a -A -sV --version-all (and a bunch of other noisy scans) the best it can do is say it's the default wap-wsp port. So, I have 2 questions: Will Elasticsearch always be running on that port? Can anything be preventing nmap from identifying it on 9200? I'm running through virtualbox - I've heard it can drop some packets when looking at wireshark, but I haven't heard whether the VM can affect the scan results. (I've tried running the script_mvel_rce exploit blind... it copies the file but can't execute it).
Hi all, Does anyone have experience with getting a Metasploitable3 VM up and running in Proxmox VE? I'd prefer not to run VirtualBox if I can avoid it, and Proxmox has been awesome for everything else I've done in a lab environment. Alternately, is there a package that can be run against a vanilla windows 2008 server and / or ubuntu 14.04 server to set it up as a Metasploitable3 target? Thanks
What recommendations would you make for a noobs pentest lab? i currently have virtualbox running Kali, metasploitable, couple of Linux distro’s all on a internal network(virtualbox). Is there a simple solution to virtualise embedded system e.g. the firmware from my router? i know there is this thing called google....but would like guidance from people who are knowledgeable in this area. Any advise will be gratefully received, including recommended reading. Im not asking anyone to do it for me, just guide me in the right direction please. This is purely a obsession/hobby for me.