Reminder: we used to laugh at Linux as a “toy” platform.
Okay, I introduced the cool capability of using Metasploit to capture remote voice via mic and then converting it into keyword searchable text in the last post. As promised, we will take a closer look at setting it up to work on Backtrack 5r3 in this post.
I am going to warn you up front, this can be quite a process, but well worth it.
In this tutorial we will be using a Windows 7 laptop as our target, Backtrack 5r3 as our “attacker” system, the Social Engineering Toolkit (SET), Metasploit, AT&T’s voice to text developer platform, and a proof of concept AT&T interface script by Metasploit developer Sinn3r.