I was able to read the root flag with cat in my impostor file, but trying to set up /bin/bash would result in a root shell echoing back my commands to me:
[email protected]:/root# whoami
Anyone could explain?
I'm able to add my script and call it via API, but it only ends up printing the content of my reverse shell .bat file without giving me a shell.
I've tried both 32 and 64 bit netcat and with and without '@echo off' command in .bat.
1. Gather names from website
2. Build a list of possible usernames (the most popular corporate convention)
3. Run you usernames against the one imp tool which doesn't need a password
4. Use evil tool or Powershell to remote
1. Run a pop…
I spent like 10 hours trying to get this root just before machine was going to be retired, but couldn't get past giving my user replication rights as absolutely nothing was working (Powerview master, Powerview dev, anything you could find in any DCS…
Help badly needed with root. I can create a new user, add him to two groups found by the dog, two others for remote access, but I'm still unable to run I*****-A*****.ps1 and/or m******z.
I think I have to add him to some local group, but I'm unable…
Need a little help with root:
* Got a password from "empty" file D***********.txt
* Can enter debug mode on the high port, but not sure how what I can see there might help me
* Decompiled H******.exe, don't have the db file, so I get the …
Type your comment> @73pp31in said:
In the files you find with T******r creds there is a hint on which floor *.***** user lives. Staircase might be entirely dark for a moment, but that doesn't mean you should go back.