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Metasploit Town Hall Finale - Brent Cook, Pearce Barry, Jeffrey Martin, Matthew Kienow Derbycon 2019 (Hacking Illustrated Series InfoSec Tutorial Videos)

Metasploit Town Hall Finale
Brent Cook, Pearce Barry, Jeffrey Martin, Matthew Kienow
Derbycon 2019

We released Metasploit 5 in January?the first major Framework release in eight years. Since then, we?ve expanded Metasploit?s module repository, made top-level usability improvements that put db_autopwn to shame, and incorporated new commands to save you time and keystrokes. We developed a new kind of payload, hacked on the core of Framework with committers from around the world, and added new libraries to make exploitation easier. Above all, we?ve been thinking about what comes next: the user problems we need to solve, the contributors we love to support, and the ways we intend to break molds with Metasploit 6 and beyond. Come talk to us in Louisville one last time about shells past, present, and future?and how the Metasploit Project can keep evolving for another decade and a half.

We are a few of the many people who make Metasploit awesome. Brent Cook heads up Metasploit?s engineering team at Rapid7, Jeffrey Martin is a lead software engineer for both Framework and Metasploit Pro, Pearce Barry is an engineering manager, and Matthew Kienow is one of the senior software engineers who worked on MSF 5?s APIs. We are all staunch open-source security advocates, contributors, and community members.

Brent Cook - @busterbcook, Jeffrey Martin - @Op3n4M3, Matthew Kienow - @hacksforprofit, Metasploit - @metasploit

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