Takes Aim at Apple IOS
The open source Metasploit vulnerability testing framework got a major overhaul this week with the release of Metasploit 3.7.
The Metasploit 3.7 release provides an enhanced session tracking backend that is intended to improve performance. Metasploit 3.7 also provides over 35 new exploit modules for security researchers to test, including new ones designed to test Apple's iOS mobile operating system security. The Apple iOS Backup File Extraction module however is not an attack vector for directly exploiting iOS. Rather it is what is known as a post-exploitation module.
The post-exploitation modules (post for short) are designed to run on systems that were compromised through another vector, whether its social engineering, a guessed password, or an unpatched vulnerability. This module requires iTunes to be installed and for a backend to be accessible that has not been encrypted.
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