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2 Ratings: 5.0
The Penetration Tester's Guide
2 reviews about Metasploit
review by . September 19, 2011
Excellent content and structure...
   It's nice when a book not only delivers on its stated objective, but it also opens my eyes to a better understanding of a related subject.  Metasploit: The Penetration Tester's Guide by David Kennedy, Jim O'Gorman, Devon Kerns, and Mati Aharoni falls solidly into that class.  In addition to learning how I can use Metasploit for network penetration testing, I also saw just how easy it is for someone to compromise a system with very little effort or knowledge.  You …
review by . August 22, 2011
Heavens to Metasploit!
   All I can say is "wow", this is an excellent resource for Metasploit training. I actually started from the back of the book (page 267) to first set up my training lab. I choose Back|Track Linux (a distribution that has Metasploit already installed), and the went the VMWare route. Once my lab was set up I was ready to play with Metasploit (returned back to the beginning of the book) and started my learning. After a pretty decent quick tour of the basics you are launched into …
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