…it’s been out for a few weeks and wow, it looks really neat. Great way to demonstrate the vulnerabilities associated with Wi-Fi in the enterprise. I’ve actually been wondering when someone would come up with a tool like this.
Karmetasploit acts as a wireless access point serving up legitimate-looking services such as SMTP, DNS, etc. It can be used to capture email passwords, retrieve info from Web form fields, exploit Web browser and Windows flaws, and more…
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