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Deprecate pml_driver_config script #11505

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bcoles commented Mar 1, 2019

#7789

The pml_driver_config script is effectively replaced by exploit/windows/local/service_permissions. While the module is not a one-for-one replacement for the original script, the features overlap.

The pml_driver_config script exploits insecure Windows service permissions on the Pml Driver HPZ12 service to reconfigure the service binpath.

The exploit/windows/local/service_permissions module identifies Windows services with weak service permissions (among other things) and automatically exploits these services in a similar fashion.

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@wvu-r7 wvu-r7 merged commit bd8d4d3 into rapid7:master Mar 1, 2019

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This deprecates the pml_driver_config Meterpreter script in favor of the windows/local/service_permissions exploit module.

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