Like every year, the Swiss security event Insomni’hack releases a “CTF teaser” two months prior the real CTF. This post is a write-up for three of the challenges: Vulnshop, Smart-Y, and Hax4Bitcoins. Unfortunately I learned about this CTF a bit late, so I didn’t get much time to play on it.
[Write-up] SickOs 1.2
This post is a walkthrough of the VulnHub machine SickOs 1.2. I previously wrote one for its little sister, SickOs 1.1. I found this second version to be more challenging, but also more realistic; the author tried to mimic what one could encounter during a real engagement – and it does it pretty well.
[Write-up] SickOs 1.1
[Write-up] Vulnix – playing around with NFS
[Write-up] Mr Robot
[Write-up] Droopy v0.2 CTF
I recently started gaining a lot of interest in security, and after reading several CTF write-ups, I decided to try to solve one by myself. I chose Droopy v0.2. In case you don’t know, the goal of a CTF is very simple: Capture The Flag! Most of the time, the flag is simply a text file that you can obtain after having gained root access on the machine. You are only provided with a virtual machine, and the rest is up to you. Let’s get started!