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Metasploit Revealed: Secrets of the Expert Pentester by Nipun Jaswal, Sagar Rahalkar

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Testing the security of a GlassFish web server with Metasploit

GlassFish is yet another open source application server. GlassFish is highly Java-driven and has been accepted widely in the industry. In my experience of penetration testing, I have come across GlassFish-driven web servers several times but quite rarely, say 1 out of 10 times. However, more and more businesses are moving onto GlassFish technology; we must keep up. In our scan, we found a GlassFish server running on port 8080 with its servlet running on port 4848. Let's dig into Metasploit again to search any modules for a GlassFish web server:

Searching the module, we will find ...

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