Solved Fun challenge. Having read through these forum pages, I was able to get it within a short amount of time. Yet I don't understand what's up with the trap I fell into at the very end. And that was what actually cost me the most time.
I don't know if anyone has figured it out and wants to give a nudge, but I stuck on this challenge because I cannot get the program to segfault. It does not seem to care how large a pattern I use. Strange..
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Making some progress..
User flag: Very easy. It's actually not even protected. Look at the standard services.
Root flag: Got root.txt. some hints that will help others. This rea…
Should i keep on trying different bypass methods for my shell upload or am i wasting my time? Should i try and get a shell in a different way?
I really can't say too much without spoiling th…
For some reason I was able to extract the file with a different password which would corrupt the image... interesting
This. Is why it's not wise to just throw rockyou at everything. Well, one of the reasons.
I'm completely confused by this challenge. I'm having the same problem Maco had earlier in this thread--I only get an empty folder when I extract the archive. I tried it in 2 different Linux distros and Windows 10 VM, same result. And the sha hash s…
I'm afraid I've been wasting my time on this challenge, so I'd appreciate some advice: how do you know if it's unpacked correctly? If it runs in the debugger, and it shows the ASCII strings that print out, etc., is it correct?
Instead of typing in the host name (docker.hackthebox.eu), you should type in the IP address. You can get it by DNS lookup.
This normally works for me. (However this evening I stopped being able to access Lernaean)
I don't understand the stages people are talking about. I only understand that it should be debugged, but is possible to solve from disassembly alone. I am trying radare2 and gdb, When I try to debug, it seems strange because no matter where I try t…
If you're stuck: pay attention the error messages IDA gives you. See what you can do about fixing any of them.
The only error messages I get are 'gnulnx_x86 no such file or directory' and that the graph is too big to display. …