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H. D. Moore was born on 1981, is an Information security researcher and programmer. Discover H. D. Moore's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 39 years old?
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He served as chief research officer at Boston, Massachusetts-based security firm Rapid7, a provider of security data and analytics software and cloud solutions. He remained the chief architect of the Metasploit Framework until his departure from Rapid7 in 2016. Since leaving Rapid7, Moore has joined Atredis Partners as the vice president of research and development and founded Critical Research Corporation, the software firm that develops Rumble Network Discovery.
Moore's work has gained him both praise and antagonism in the industry. Companies such as Microsoft have credited him with discovering vulnerabilities, yet there has been criticism of Metasploit and similar tools due to their capacity to be used for criminal purposes instead of just offensive security and some of that criticism has fallen upon Moore himself. Moore has been warned by US law enforcement about his involvement in the Critical.IO scanning project. According to Moore, though, "We're always chasing the bad guys – the good guys are never ahead. We're not the ones who wrote these exploits. They are often found in the wild and the defenders are generally following the black hats."
The Metasploit Framework is a development platform for creating security tools and exploits. The framework is used by network security professionals to perform penetration testing, system administrators to verify patch installations, product vendors to perform regression testing, and security researchers worldwide. The framework is written in the Ruby programming language and includes components written in C and assembly language. In October 2009, the Metasploit project was acquired by Rapid7. While the Metasploit Framework continues to be free, Rapid7 has added a commercial edition called Metasploit Express. With the acquisition of the project, HD Moore became Chief Security Officer at Rapid7 while remaining Chief Architect of Metasploit.
He is known for his work in WarVOX, AxMan, the Metasploit Decloaking Engine and the Rogue Network Link Detection Tools., and started a "Month of Browser Bugs" (MoBB) initiative in 2006 as an experiment in fast-paced vulnerability discovery with full disclosure. This started the Month of Bugs project meme, and resulted a number of web browser patches and improved security measures.
Moore developed security software utilities for the United States Department of Defense as a teenager, and founded the Metasploit Project in the summer of 2003 with the goal of becoming a public resource for exploit code research and development.