Is this the beginning of a commercial fork for Metasploit? Or we will see commercially available exploits like Nessus (I think it was Nessus) did?
I also love the disclaimer: “While IMPACT Pro is now integrated with Metasploit, Core Security cannot guarantee the reliability and predictability of Metasploit exploits used in conjunction with its solutions.”
While I WISH that’d happen, I don’t see it. (But won’t complain if they ever DO…)
Sad thing is, they have consulting-based licensing available, which now costs more, quarterly, to purchase, than what Core, themselves, recently announced are charging as a base rate for some scanning engagements… something like starting rate at $2500…
Their stuff is top notch, and saves so much time, but it’s simply so expensive. Thus I buy the quarterly license, when I have need for it for certain gigs, and go without for others, when I know I can manage the time to do without it.
No prob, Ketchup! Note, the consulting licenses are good for only a handful of IP’s at a time, but if you do the data gathering first, you can do 5 IP’s, then 5 more, etc, selecting your most important targets first. Still saves time and gets the job done!
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