Current BOF machines?

are there any current BOF machines, would love if someone can list them in difficulty.
much thanks!

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  • Unfortunately I can't really list the difficulty (please excuse me!) But if you're curious on beginner BOF machine, the "buff" HTB machine is a great start.

    Feel free to PM me, but please ask good questions: https://www.shorturl.at/fmAX6

  • if you want machines where you can practice creating your own exploits then the current active ones are Intense (Hard - Linux) and RopeTwo (Insane - Linux)

    justAhmed

  • Type your comment> @justAhmed said:

    if you want machines where you can practice creating your own exploits then the current active ones are Intense (Hard - Linux) and RopeTwo (Insane - Linux)

    Thank you ahmed!
    tbh, i'm not really feeling confident attempting these yet, Might give the challenges a try tho, just did 0xDiablos and it was pretty easy and doing Space rn (If you finished that can i pm you for a nudge :p)

  • I found this one more practical to train at home.

    Here's my game plan on this:
    Search for Protostar and check LiveOverflow on Youtube for help. Do them all.

    Install mingw on your windows and compile your own windows binaries. I would stay away from Visual Studio C++ cause it adds a ton of trash to the binary. You can learn quite a lot making the binaries yourself.

    Learn assembly basics, again I gained a ton from this short playlist:


    Make yourself a Windows 7 VM, configure networking to bridged and install Immunity Debugger with mona.py, turn off DEP. Now you can attack here. Practice the famous:
    https://github.com/justinsteven/dostackbufferoverflowgood

    Hack The Box

  • Type your comment> @sparkla said:

    I found this one more practical to train at home.

    Here's my game plan on this:
    Search for Protostar and check LiveOverflow on Youtube for help. Do them all.

    Install mingw on your windows and compile your own windows binaries. I would stay away from Visual Studio C++ cause it adds a ton of trash to the binary. You can learn quite a lot making the binaries yourself.

    Learn assembly basics, again I gained a ton from this short playlist:

    Make yourself a Windows 7 VM, configure networking to bridged and install Immunity Debugger with mona.py, turn off DEP. Now you can attack here. Practice the famous:
    https://github.com/justinsteven/dostackbufferoverflowgood

    awesome plan!
    been doing protstar, I'm at heap exploitation atm
    will def check these resources out

  • Type your comment> @PapyrusTheGuru said:

    Unfortunately I can't really list the difficulty (please excuse me!) But if you're curious on beginner BOF machine, the "buff" HTB machine is a great start.

    Except when the exploit doesn't work... so 99% of the time

    LMAY75
    Always happy to help, DM me if you need anything!
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  • Type your comment> @LMAY75 said:

    Type your comment> @PapyrusTheGuru said:

    Unfortunately I can't really list the difficulty (please excuse me!) But if you're curious on beginner BOF machine, the "buff" HTB machine is a great start.

    Except when the exploit doesn't work... so 99% of the time

    seems like BUF ain't a easy one aftr all :^)

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