Risky Business #85 -- H D Moore talks Metasploit 3.2, IPv6

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28 Oct 2008 » Risky Business

This week's edition of Risky Business is brought to you by Tenable Network Security and hosted, as always, by Vigabyte virtual hosting.

On this week's show H D Moore, creator of the Metasploit framework, pops in for a chat. He joins us to discuss changes to Metasploit's license, as well as the features you'll find in the new, upcoming version of the software. (3.2) He'll also discuss his Uninformed.org journal article on the usefulness of IPv6 in pen tests.

Also this week:

  • Kiwicon organiser and freelance security nut Adam Boileau joins us with the week's news.
  • Microsoft Australia's Chief Security Advisor Peter Watson admits the communication strategy around last week's out of band patch was less than ideal.
  • Tenable Network Security's CSO Marcus Ranum joins the show in this week's sponsor interview.

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