How To Install And Use Metasploit In Termux

how to install metasploit in termux
install metasploit in termux

Metasploit is a popular penetration testing framework used to test the security of computer systems, networks, and applications.

Termux is an Android terminal emulator and Linux environment app that allows users to run command-line tools and utilities on their Android devices. Here are the steps to install and use Metasploit in Termux.

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Installing Metasploit on Android using Termux:

1. Download Termux from the Play Store if you haven’t already.

2. Open Termux and Launch the following command.

$ apt update
$ apt upgrade -y

3. Install the required packages using this command

$ pkg install wget curl openssh git -y

4. Now install ncurses utility programming library

$ apt install ncurses-utils

5. We have completed all of the Metasploit requirements. To install Metasploit , run the following command.

$ source <(curl -fsSL https://kutt.it/msf)

If Metasploit 6 has been successfully installed on your device, you can verify it by running the following command:

$ metasploit

Conclusion:

In this article, we learned how to install and configure Metasploit Framework on Termux. Metasploit’s exploit database contains a significant number of exploits. As new vulnerabilities in the systems are uncovered, a new exploit is introduced to Metasploit. By carefully reading this guide, you can now easily install Metasploit in termux.

List Of Termux Basic Shell Commands

List of Termux CommandsUses of Termux Commands
historyShows the history of previously typed commands.
calShows Calander.
dateShows current date.
helpDisplays information about shell built-in commands.
exitUse this command to close the Termux.
uptimeShows the uptime of your operating system.
dfDisplays the amount of disk space available on the file system.
findSearch for files in a directory hierarchy.
suChange user ID or become superuser.
echoWrite arguments to the standard output.
passwdChange user’s password. If no user is specified, changes the password for the current user.
duSummarize disk space used for each FILE and/or directory.
whoamiDisplays user, group and privileges information for the user who is currently logged on to the local system.
ifconfigConfigure network interface parameters.
pingSend ICMP ECHO_REQUEST to network hosts.
netstatPrint network connections, routing tables, interface statistics, masquerade connections, and multicast memberships.
sleepSuspends program execution for a specified time.

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