- 2017 Roadmap
- Adding Release Notes to PRs
- Committer Keys
- Committer Rights
- Common Metasploit Module Coding Mistakes
- Contributing to Metasploit
- Creating Metasploit Framework LoginScanners
- Debugging Dead Meterpreter Sessions
- Decommissioning Redmine
- Downloads by Version
- Evading Anti Virus
- Exploit Ranking
- Generating Module Documentation
- Git cheatsheet
- Git Gotchas
- Git Reference Sites
- GSoC 2017 Mentor Organization Application
- GSoC 2017 Project Ideas
- GSoC 2017 Student Proposal
- Guidelines for Accepting Modules and Enhancements
- How payloads work
- How to add and update gems in metasploit framework
- How to check Microsoft patch levels for your exploit
- How to clean up files using FileDropper
- How to deprecate a Metasploit module
- How to do reporting or store data in module development
- How to get Oracle Support working with Kali Linux
- How to get started with writing a Meterpreter script
- How to get started with writing a post module
- How to get started with writing an auxiliary module
- How to get started with writing an exploit
- How to log in Metasploit
- How to parse an HTTP response
- How to Send an HTTP Request Using HTTPClient
- How to send an HTTP request using Rex::Proto::Http::Client
- How to use a Metasploit module appropriately
- How to use a reverse shell in Metasploit
- How to use command stagers
- How to use datastore options
- How to use exim_gethostbyname_bof.rb (Exim GHOST Buffer Overflow)
- How to use Msf::Auxiliary::AuthBrute to write a bruteforcer
- How to use msfvenom
- How to use PhpEXE to exploit an arbitrary file upload bug
- How to use Powershell in an exploit
- How to use Railgun for Windows post exploitation
- How to Use the FILEFORMAT mixin to create a file format exploit
- How to use the Msf::Exploit::Remote::Tcp mixin
- How to use the Seh mixin to exploit an exception handler
- How to use WbemExec for a write privilege attack on Windows
- How to write a browser exploit using BrowserExploitServer
- How to write a browser exploit using HttpServer
- How to write a check() method
- How to write a HTTP LoginScanner Module
- How to write a module using HttpServer and HttpClient
- How to zip files with Rex::Zip::Archive
- Indentation Standards
- Information About Unmet Browser Exploit Requirements
- Issue Labels
- Keeping in sync with rapid7 master
- Landing Pull Requests
- Loading External Modules
- Merging Metasploit Payload Gem Updates
- Metasploit development environment
- Metasploit Hackathons
- Metasploit Loginpalooza
- Metasploit module reference identifiers
- Meterpreter Configuration
- Meterpreter HTTP Communication
- Meterpreter Paranoid Mode
- Meterpreter Reliable Network Communication
- Meterpreter Sleep Control
- Meterpreter Stageless Mode
- Meterpreter Timeout Control
- Meterpreter Transport Control
- Meterpreter Unicode Support
- Meterpreter Wishlist
- Nightly Installers
- Oracle Usage
- Payload Rename Justification
- Payload UUID
- Powershell Extension
- Python Extension
- Remote Branch Pruning
- Reporting a Bug
- Resuscitating Dead Pull Requests
- Rex Layout
- Rolling back merges
- Setting Up a Metasploit Development Environment
- Setting Up a Metasploit Development Environment Ubuntu 14.04
- Style Tips
- The ins and outs of HTTP and HTTPS communications in Meterpreter and Metasploit Stagers
- Unstable Modules
- Using Git
- Using Metasploit
- Using Rubocop
- Weekly Wrapup
- What does my Rex::Proto::SMB Error mean?
- Why Ruby?
- Writing External Metasploit Modules
- Writing Module Documentation
- Home Welcome to Metasploit!
- Using Metasploit A collection of useful links for penetration testers.
Setting Up a Metasploit Development Environment From
- CONTIBUTING.md What should your contributions look like?
- Landing Pull Requests Working with other people's contributions.
- Using Git All about Git and GitHub.
- Contributing to Metasploit Be a part of our open source community.
- Meterpreter All about the Meterpreter payload.
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Docs: Documentation changes, such as YARD markup, or README.md, or something along those lines.
External: touches something in /external, or the Gemfile, or something like that.
Heartbleed: Has to do with heartbleed. This will go away soon, but there are three outstanding still...
Library: Touches something in /lib.
Meterpreter: Has to do with Meterpreter, or depends on a Meterpreter change to land to work.
Misc: plugins and scripts, anything that's not otherwise defined.
Module: Touches something in /modules
Specs: Has specs (an rspec test).
Newbie Friendly: Something that's pretty easy to test or tackle.