so after looking at some service is information weekend
also examined some notes.
I exploited this NFS
export can see what that looks like. It also populated the file shares Tab.
Because of this, under the models tab, you've got some
different exploits you can try to launch directly.
Some of these may not work
as as you may have to tweak the, uh,
the parameters a little bit.
If you try to run this module as is, we should be able to get my interpreter host and tries to
do the log in with the smiling face and the and the credentials. As I mentioned before,
you could look at the advanced options
so it gives you quite a bit of granular control. And this is basically very similar to
what we would see for show options. Except it's a little more detail.
Show options from the
from the command line
version of Menace Ploy.
If I go back to modules,
I actually need to go.
And the navigation within the the communication could be a little bit
There's a samba username, acting script exploits here
looking for my NFS mounts. I ran earlier
and it tries to see if I can, uh,
and if s exported file systems
again. We have some advanced options and so on.
And if I run the module, it finds that the hoops
that I am exporting the entire route file system of things, particular system.
So if I go back to my results
once you've run that, then file shares will show up with with Route, as we see here.
And one of my notes will also mention that that happened.
Ah, there's other notes
related to the fingerprinting of the colonel
information about other in pits of information about the host itself.
There's no current sessions active, but if there had a mature precession or another type of show, that would be here and you could interact with it the same way you would by using the command line edition
a CZ I've mentioned before. I actually prefer command line,
but maybe with more exposure to the gooey, I might grow to like, a little bit better. I guess they've been a little bit old school in that way.
The the buoys definitely has some advantages in that you can make it larger collections of hosts a little bit more easily. Since you can see the information visually,
you can set up campaigns where you've got a group of
systems that you're working on and you wanted, you know, categorize your information or keep it organized and so on.
that's a nice little of you. Off what mess Black Community Edition looks like. It's definitely worth installing this and playing around with it. Keep in mind, though, that the database instance.
Four Community Edition isn't necessarily going to,
um, be the same one that you're used from the medicine Lloyd framework.
There are ways to export import data from one database to the other.
But, uh, if you choose to go to stick with the command line
or command line related tools,
then when you go into the community edition, you're not going to see your information there unless you import it to that other post GREss database and vice versa. If you started with Julie, but you want to switch to command line,
you'd have to export the data from one database, um, important to the other two separate instances of Post Press that sit on your Callie system.
All right, that's the end of the stick. This section. Thanks. And I'll see you in the origin section.