[OSINT] Breach

Just starting a thread for the new challenge

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  • Fun challenge. Thank you greenwolf!
    You need to connect a few dots (all avaliable within the archive provided by author) in order to solve it.

    It should be easy if you solved We Have a Leak challenge.
    Also, I'm starting to get familiar with this SuperSecureStartup, might drop them my CV.

  • I'm going to be that guy and ask:
    "iS BrUtE-FoCinG ReQuRiED !?!1"
    (serious question).

    Sinfulspl0it

  • No bruteforcing.
    That was mine initial idea, but no.

  • It was easy, but i think that it need more hints in its description, if you solve "We have a leak" , it's more easy, but it's not a clearly all clues or that seemed to me, and you need to come back to twitter, thos i did it

  • I solved this challenge without even once visiting Twitter. My solution did however involve a small amount of brute forcing though, so maybe that's an unintended route.

    Xentropy
    Null | Nada- | Zip | Diddly | Zilch+

  • @Xentropy
    I would really like to know more about your bruteforcing approach.

    I don't see a BF path that wouldn't take ages.

  • Nice challenge. If you have any problem I strongly suggest do "we have a leak" first, it makes this challenge a lot easier.

    elearning

  • Type your comment> @joshibeast said:

    @Xentropy
    I would really like to know more about your bruteforcing approach.

    I don't see a BF path that wouldn't take ages.

    It's less bruteforce and more intelligent "guessing". I meant more that I did end up having to use a guessing attack in the end, even if the amount of guesses to make was relatively small.

    Xentropy
    Null | Nada- | Zip | Diddly | Zilch+

  • I did some "small" bruteforcing as well for the last step, couldn't be bothered to look up the correct information because I am fed up with that twitter page.

    I think this challenge might be a bit too easy and not different enough from the previous ones.

  • I think that I was missing a key detail but I used BF based on the info that I had

  • update... looks like I had the right info... I was just trying to dig too deep where there was nothing. if you have the right detials you should be able to guess it in a few tries.

  • Flagged! Would love a senior dev's responsibilities for junior's pay!

  • Great challenge, got stuck at some point but from there, it got a lot easier.
    I don't think bruteforcing would work anyways, just focus on the files you have and try to find information.

    v1ew-s0urce.flv
  • Is the password somehow in the txt file or in some tweet? I know who I'm looking for but I can't find anything helpful. I already worked with that txt file but it seems useless until now.

    Hack The Box

  • the actually PW is not, but the pattern is... hope that is not too much info

  • edited October 31

    @anguzmar said:

    I did some "small" bruteforcing as well for the last step, couldn't be bothered to look up the correct information because I am fed up with that twitter page.

    Ha, not sure which of the twitter pages your talking about but i feel like at this point i know them all forwards and backwards......

  • good challenge.
    A warning to anyone using Open office: Try a different program.
    I use Open office 4.1.1 and it doesn't know what to do with the .docx file, it sent me down a deep rabbit hole before I try something else.

  • edited November 8

    Nevermind, got it

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