Installing Wine32 and DoublePulsar on Kali Linux

The wine32 Kali Linux package and the DoublePulsar Metasploit module are needed for some of the next testing scenarios. 
We will install the software as presented in the video below.

Commands used during this video:
dpkg -l *wine*
This command lists the package names containing the string "wine"
dpkg --add-architecture i386 && apt-get update && apt-get install wine32
This command performs the following:
- adds i386 architecture (this is necessary because we install a 32-bit software on a 64-bit OS and makes sure that the software dependencies are correctly resolved)
- updates the package lists from repositories
- installs the wine32 package
pwd
This command writes the full path-name of the current working directory to the standard output
git clone https://github.com/ElevenPaths/Eternalblue-Doublepulsar-Metasploit.git
This command creates a local copy of the "Eternalblue-Doublepulsar-Metasploit" Git repository
search double
(Metasploit command) This command searches for module names and descriptions containing the string "double"



Comments

  1. Hi! Antivirus (AV) detect eternal11.dll. How do you encodering this file? Is posible edit the module eternalblue? Thanks!!!

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    1. Yes, it is relatively easy to bypass AVs using encoding or tools like Empire framework ... it is a long discussion .. try doing some research on the Internet:
      https://github.com/EmpireProject/Empire

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  2. Hi.
    I followed your steps but still get :

    package wine32 is not available but is referred to by another package...

    E: Package 'wine32' has no installation candidate.

    Do you have any solution for this ?
    Thanks in adavantage !

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    1. Hmmm.. not sure; seems to be an issue with your Kali installation ? Try updating your Kali installation.

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  3. update kali repositories source list, you can add debian sources since Kali is Debian Based distribution.

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    1. Yes you can but I reckon is better to stick to the Kali repositories as using other repositories might break the Kali tools

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