Would you like to keep hacking in your own lab?
Try this brand new vulnerable machine! "Lampião 1".
Rotating Fortress has been serveral months in the making and has a unique feature that sets it apart from other vms ;)
Zeus the admin of the server is retiring from Project: Rotating Fortress, but he doesn't want the project to die with his retirment. To find the successor to the project he has created a challenge. Will you be able to get in, rotate the fortress, escape isolation and reach root?
Your Goal is to get root and read /flag.txt
Note: This isn't a short VM and may take several hours to complete.
Frank has a small website and he is a smart developer with a normal security background , he always love to follow patterns , your goal is to discover any critical vulnerabilities and gain access to the system , then you need to gain root access in order to capture the root flag.
This machine was made for Jordan’s Top hacker 2018 CTF , we tried to make it simulate a real world attacks in order to improve your penetration testing skills.
The machine was tested on vmware (player / workstation) and works without any problems , so we recommend to use VMware to run it , Also works fine using virtualbox.
Difficulty: Intermediate , you need to think out of the box and collect all the puzzle pieces in order to get the job done.
The machine is already got DHCP enabled , so you will not have any problems with networking.
Happy Hacking !
Three years have passed since Bulldog Industries suffered several data breaches. In that time they have recovered and re-branded as Bulldog.social, an up and coming social media company. Can you take on this new challenge and get root on their production web server?
This is a Standard Boot-to-Root. Your only goal is to get into the root directory and see the congratulatory message, how you do it is up to you!
Difficulty: Intermediate, there are some things you may have never seen before. Think everything through very carefully :)
Made by Nick Frichette (https://frichetten.com) Twitter: @frichette_n
I'd highly recommend running this on VirtualBox. Additionally DHCP is enabled so you shouldn't have any troubles getting it onto your network. It defaults to bridged mode but feel free to change that if you like.
The Machine isn't hard to own and don't require advanced exploitation .
Level : Beginner
DHCP : activated
Inside the zip you will find a vmdk file , and I think you will be able to use it with any usual virtualization software ( tested with Virtualbox) .
If you have any question : my twitter is @h4d3sw0rm
Happy Hacking !
Here at in.security we wanted to develop a Linux virtual machine that is based, at the time of writing, on an up-to-date Ubuntu distro (18.04 LTS), but suffers from a number of vulnerabilities that allow a user to escalate to root on the box. This has been designed to help understand how certain built-in applications and services if misconfigured, may be abused by an attacker.
We have configured the box to simulate real-world vulnerabilities (albeit on a single host) which will help you to perfect your local privilege escalation skills, techniques and toolsets. There are a number challenges which range from fairly easy to intermediate level and we’re excited to see the methods you use to solve them!
The image is just under 1.7 GB and can be downloaded using the link above. On opening the OVA file a VM named lin.security will be imported and configured with a NAT adapter, but this can be changed to bridged via the the preferences of your preferred virtualisation platform.
To get started you can log onto the host with the credentials: bob/secret
This is a boot2root VM and is a continuation of the Basic Pentesting series. This series is designed to help newcomers to penetration testing develop pentesting skills and have fun exploring part of the offensive side of security.
VirtualBox is the recommended platform for this challenge (though it should also work with VMware -- however, I haven’t tested that).
This VM is a moderate step up in difficulty from the first entry in this series. If you’ve solved the first entry and have tried a few other beginner-oriented challenges, this VM should be a good next step. Once again, this challenge contains multiple initial exploitation vectors and privilege escalation vulnerabilities.
Your goal is to remotely attack the VM, gain root privileges, and read the flag located at /root/flag.txt. Once you’ve finished, try to find other vectors you might have missed! If you’d like to send me a link to your writeup, enjoyed the VM or have questions or feedback, feel free to contact me at: [email protected]
If you finished the VM, please also consider posting a writeup! Writeups help you internalize what you worked on and help anyone else who might be struggling or wants to see someone else’s process. There were lots of wonderful writeups for Basic Pentesting: 1, and I look forward to reading the writeups for this challenge.
I recently got done creating an OSCP type vulnerable machine that's themed after the great James Bond film (and even better n64 game) GoldenEye. The goal is to get root and capture the secret GoldenEye codes - flag.txt.
I'd rate it as Intermediate, it has a good variety of techniques needed to get root - no exploit development/buffer overflows. After completing the OSCP I think this would be a great one to practice on, plus there's a hint of CTF flavor.
I've created and validated on VMware and VirtualBox. You won't need any extra tools other than what's on Kali by default. Will need to be setup as Host-Only, and on VMware you may need to click "retry" if prompted, upon initially starting it up because of formatting.