Client side attacks are always a fun topic and a major front for attackers today. As network administrators and software developers fortify the perimeter, pentesters need to find a way to make the victims open the door for them to get into the network. Client side attacks require user-interaction such as enticing them to click a link, open a document, or somehow get to your malicious website.
There are many different ways of using Metasploit to perform client-side attacks and we will demonstrate a few of them here.
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