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I’m going to give it a test this weekend 😉
There are a few patches to the version in Metasploit 3.6.0. So if you’re testing make sure to run an svn up to get the latest changes!
Please let me know if you have any issues. Always looking to improve things 😉
Yep, im using the SVN version. I’m waiting for my Sap VM to test it. Im learing about Sap and Security assessment on Sap.
One quick question, if you can help, why can it be a security issue reading the Start Profile?
It depends on the contents really. Exposure of paths, SID etc… It’s all useful for information gathering.
Information is king after all!
Just tested it, with a Server 2003 , and it got all the info it stated 😉
its a good starting point for an assessment, thanks!