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Db_autopwn Not Working In Metasploit V4.2.0


warlock37
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Hi there

i have some issue related metasploit v4.2.0. i just update it from 3 to 4.2.0.

now when i going to try db_autopwn option it just say "command not found".

can u tell me how to fix this problem.

i m using BT5R1-GNOME-VM-32.

metasploit 4.2.0

please help me

thank you

warm regards.

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also. when you update metasploit, and SET, make sure you edit set_config for the new metasploit location, i had this problem right away. (i dont remember where they were)

and for what ever reason i now have double application launchers in my metasploit menu in gnome.

basically they changed directory's so make sure you update all your config files and scripts :)

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db_autopwn was removed. See previous post.

also. when you update metasploit, and SET, make sure you edit set_config for the new metasploit location, i had this problem right away. (i dont remember where they were)

and for what ever reason i now have double application launchers in my metasploit menu in gnome.

basically they changed directory's so make sure you update all your config files and scripts :)

Not sure how accurate that is. I update my BT machine with a quick and dirty script I made and it has never messed anything up. Did you install metasploit to your own directory on BT5?

echo "--Update, Upgrade, Dist-Upgrade--"
apt-get update && apt-get upgrade -y && apt-get dist-upgrade -y
echo "-- Metasploit Update --"
cd /pentest/exploits/framework && svn update .
echo "-- SET Update --"
cd /pentest/exploits/set && svn update .

/pentest/exploits/framework is just a symlink to /opt/framework/msf3 but the version after updates is metasploit 4.

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nope, just apt-get update, apt-get upgrade, apt-get dist-upgrade, msfupdate, then the set update menu wasn't working for me, after i saw rel1k updated it on twitter i dicided to reinstall it with synaptic. then my set_config couldn't find the msf directory, so looking at that i found 2 locations, 1 for msf 3 and msf 4. it also jacked up my gnome menu for metasploit.

what version of SET are you using?

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I run the newest SET, i update every time i boot the machine. if you do the SVN update method (per the code in previous post in a update_script.sh) I feel it gives less chance for a F@#$ up.

Ok, I'll give it a shot, As soon as bt5 r2 comes out I'm going to install from scratch, my configs are messed up everywhere and its screwing everything else up, mainly SET / metasploit <_< and i'm getting sick of going around trying to change every config file.

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Take my code from above, toss it in an update.sh in your home directory on BT (after fresh install) and chmod +x update.sh

then when you boot the VM, login, ./update.sh && startx

You could add the startx into the update.sh file, but sometimes I do things that don't require updating metasploit and SET or the base image so I just startx. Flexibility :)

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Hey ppl, put this in your metasploit plugins folder http://www.mediafire.com/file/44nedlahq4pisfx/db_autopwn.rb

When MSF starts type "load db_autowpn" then "db_autopwn" for the options. :)

One of the community members maintains a fork with the autopwn code implemented as a plugin:

https://github.com/neinwechter/metasploit-framework

-HD

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