On 06/23/2016 11:58 PM, Greg Freemyer wrote:
> On Thu, Jun 23, 2016 at 11:46 PM, Uzair Shamim <ushamim(a)linux.com> wrote:
>> I'm curious about if it is legal/within rules to distribute Metasploit on
>> OBS? I have been able to get the package to build and so on but I am not
>> sure if this breaks some rule for distribution.
>> Part of my concern is that Metasploit does come bundled with exploits so
>> it could possibly cause issues with the law.
>> Any feedback/answers would be appreciated!
> It is definitely legal in the US, the concern is German law. OBS restricts
> itself to hosting packages that are legal from both the US and German law
> There are some "auditing" tools in OBS that a user can use to attempt to
> hack/crack their website / passwords.
> Metasploit is conceptually similar in my mind so it is conceivable.
> Do you want it in a home project? devel project? factory?
For now I would like it in my home repo but it would be nice to get it into at least a devel repo. Besides the legal questions, part of the problem for now is getting some of the ruby libs I need for Metasploit built in my repo and then I would like to submit to devel.
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