DHCP service: Enabled

IP address: Automatically assign

Ultimate goal : find the /root/root.txt

Difficulty for user: Medium

Difficulty for root: Easy/Medium

Kuya: 1

Ashhad 21 Dec 2018

A Boot2Root machine with hints of CTF

In total there are 3 flags and you will be required to use some CTF skills to solve it.

Name: Basilic Author: DrStache


The Basilic VM was created as part of NorzhCTF 2019.


A Python developer has put a website online. Your goal is to compromise the different users of the server and gain root privileges.

There are 4 flags to retrieve, they are in md5 format.

  • Flag 1: "Persistence is the path to success." - Charlie Chaplin
  • Flag 2: "You can always escape from a prison. But freedom?" - Jean-Christophe GrangĂ©
  • Flag 3: "The future is a door, the past is the key." - Victor Hugo
  • Flag 4: "There is no less blame for concealing a truth than for falsifying a lie." - Etienne Pasquier

Difficulty: Intermediate / Hard

Categories: Web, Jail, Crypto, PrivEsc


For any questions, feel free to contact me on Twitter: @DrStache_

This machine hopes to inspire BRAVERY in you; this machine may surprise you from the outside. This is designed for OSCP practice, and the original version of the machine was used for a CTF. It is now revived, and made more nefarious than the original.

This machine reminds us of a DEVELOPMENT environment: misconfigurations rule the roost. This is designed for OSCP practice, and the original version of the machine was used for a CTF. It is now revived, and made slightly more nefarious than the original.

Matrix v2.0 is a medium level boot2root challenge. The OVA has been tested on both VMware and Virtual Box.

Difficulty: Intermediate

Flags: Your Goal is to get root and read /root/flag.txt

Networking:

  • DHCP: Enabled
  • IP Address: Automatically assigned

Hint: Follow your intuitions ... and enumerate!

Replay is a sequel to Bob my first CTF. What sort of terrible redneck netsec engineering has Bob done now?

Your Goal is to get root and read /flag.txt

Note: There are three difficulties Hard: No Changelog.txt, no hex editor Mid: Read Changelog.txt, no hex editor Easy: Anything goes

  • Flags
    • /root/flag.txt
    • /home/leopold/flag.txt
  • Tested with VirtualBox
  • DHCP
  • Difficulty: Beginner

The machines are in the intermediate difficulty range. None of them should be as easy as to just run a msf module to get root right away, if so please let me know. They all have two flags, one for local and one for root access.

  • Flags
    • /root/flag.txt
    • /home/jenkins/flag.txt
  • Tested with VirtualBox
  • DHCP
  • Difficulty: Intermediate

The machines are in the intermediate difficulty range. None of them should be as easy as to just run a msf module to get root right away, if so please let me know. They all have two flags, one for local and one for root access.

  • Flags
    • /root/flag.txt
    • /home/ike/flag.txt
  • Tested with VirtualBox
  • DHCP
  • Difficulty: Intermediate

The machines are in the intermediate difficulty range. None of them should be as easy as to just run a msf module to get root right away, if so please let me know. They all have two flags, one for local and one for root access.