This post is a kinda fix for a really great series of posts by Chris Gates (@carnalownage), he wrote a blog post about finding exposed web admin pages on a network using Metasploit’s database, Firefox and a plugin called Linky, read it here http://carnal0wnage.attackresearch.com/2012/04/from-low-to-pwned-1-exposed-services.html
Since the article was written Rapid7/Metasploit devs chose to change the way web services are listed in the database of Metasploit, they changed them from ‘http’, ‘https’ to just plain ‘www’.
Oops edit the http and https labels have reappeared ! The script still should work just alter the services command to include http and https
I was on an internal network test this week and wanted to look for exposed web admin pages so I had to modify the ruby script that Chris wrote, not rocket science but the thing works now.