In 2004 Dino Dai Zovi and Shane Macaulay presented "All Your Layer Are Belong To Us
" at Pacsec in Tokyo. This presentation focused on the insecure behavior of wireless clients. Accompanying the presentation was a tool called KARMA (KARMA Attacks Radioed Machines Automatically). This tool acts as wireless access point and responds to all probe requests from wireless clients. Once a client has associated with the KARMA access point, every service they try to access leads to a malicious application. The services side of KARMA was written in Ruby, making it a perfect match for integration with version 3 of the Metasploit Framework.
You can download Karmetasploit here
. Embedded below is a demonstration of Karmetasploit on Backtrack 4 by Dookie2000ca
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