ispy is a Eternalblue (MS17-010) and BlueKeep (CVE-2019-0708) scanner and exploiter with Metasploit Framework.
What is eternalblue:
EternalBlue is a cyberattack exploit developed by the U.S. National Security Agency (NSA) according to testimony by former NSA employees. It was leaked by the Shadow Brokers hacker group on April 14, 2017, one month after Microsoft released patches for the vulnerability. EternalBlue is the name given to a software vulnerability in Microsoft’s Windows operating system. The tech giant has called it EternalBlue MS17-010 and issued a security update for the flaw on March 14. The patch was issued before the WannaCry ransomware spread around the world and those who had updated early would have been protected. The vulnerability works by exploiting the Microsoft Server Message Block 1.0. The SMB is a network file sharing protocol and ‘allows applications on a computer to read and write to files and to request services’ that are on the same network. Microsoft says the security update it issued is Critical and following WannaCry it released a rare Windows XP patch after officially ending support for the software in 2014.