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Registry CTF Writeup

Registry CTF Writeup The challenge calls for the exploitation of various security weaknesses, including the use of default credentials, exposure of sensitive information through docker images, and cracking of database passwords to gain unauthorized access. Additionally, it tests our ability to perform both horizontal and vertical privilege escalations by exploiting system misconfigurations and known software […]

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Jarvis CTF Writeup

Jarvis CTF Writeup Jarvis CTF Jarvis is a medium-level Linux challenge featuring a web server with SQL injection vulnerability. Exploiting this leads to initial access. Privilege escalation involves executing a script as another user and exploiting an SUID bit set on systemctl to gain root access. HackTheBox Hack The Box gives individuals, businesses and universities

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SolidState CTF Writeup

SolidState CTF Writeup Writeup presented by Behind Security as part of the Road to OSCP series, focusing on the SolidState CTF from HackTheBox. SolidState CTF SolidState is a medium difficulty machine that requires chaining of multiple attack vectors in order to get a privileged shell. HackTheBox Hack The Box gives individuals, businesses and universities the

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Poison CTF Writeup

Poison CTF Writeup Writeup presented by Behind Security as part of the Road to OSCP series, focusing on the Poison CTF from HackTheBox. Poison CTF Poison CTF is a machine which focuses mainly on log poisoning and port forwarding/tunneling. The machine is running FreeBSD which presents a few challenges for novice users as many common

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An Attack Vector on Minecraft: Exploring Blocky CTF

Exploring Blocky CTF: An Attack Vector on Minecraft This is a writeup presented by Behind Security as part of the OSCP Roadmap series, focusing on the Blocky CTF from HackTheBox. The writeup takes the form of a detailed pentest report. Blocky CTF This challenge showcases the dangers of poor password practices and the exposure of

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