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Installing Metasploit on Raspberry Pi

Posted on Wednesday, July 25th, 2012 in dev boards, how-to, Linux, security, software by the machinegeek

We like Irongeek’s recipe for installing Metasploit on the Raspberry Pi. He presents a simple straightforward install method to install Metasploit on his board running the Debian “wheezy” public beta.

For those looking for something more, you may want to consider PwnPi, which is a Linux-based penetration testing dropbox distribution for the Raspberry Pi.

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2 Responses to “Installing Metasploit on Raspberry Pi”

  1. Teslafreak says:

    Any word on how well this runs? I had Metasploit on a Lenovo S10 awhile back, which should have more power than this, and it ran terrible. It could have just been other configurations on that system though.

  2. mon11 says:

    It takes at least 5 minutes to only boot up the msfconsole. It is very slow executing commands.

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