Covfefe is my Debian 9 based B2R VM, originally created as a CTF for SecTalks_BNE. It has three flags.
It is intended for beginners and requires enumeration then [spoiler]!
This is my third public Boot2Root, This one is intended to be quite difficult compared to the last two.
But again, that being said, it will depend on you how hard it is :D
The theme with this one is all about 'enumeration, enumeration, enumeration', lateral thinking, and how to "combine" vulnerabilities in order to exploit a system.
Once you have an IP insert it into your attack system /etc/hosts like this:
This VM will probably be different to other challenges you may have come across. With C0m80 You will be required to log in locally in the VirtualBox console window at some point. This, I know, may 'rile' some of the purists out there that say you should be able to compromise a boot2root fully remotely over a network. I agree to that in principle, and in this case I had intended to allow vnc or xrdp access. Alas, due to compatibility problems I had to make a compromise in this area in order to get the challenge published sooner rather than later.
It should be obvious at what point you need to log in. So when that time comes just pretend you are using remote desktop. ;D
Sorry, I hope you can forgive me.
[Difficult] but depends on you really
There is only one goal here. Become God on the system and read the root flag.
I Hope You Enjoy It.
Please leave feedback and comments below. Including any info on walkthroughs anyone wishes to publish, or bugs people find in the VM Image.
Alternatively email me at 3mrgnc3 at techie dot com
When you see the ascii text that mean Born2Root's CTF challenge Is UP
Hack it , reach root and capture the flag.
Born2root is based on debian 32 bits so you can run it even if Intel VT-X isn't installed .
Enumeration is the key.
I hope you will enjoy it !!
One of the VMs used in the online CTF hosted back in September 2016 by Defcon Toronto, slightly modified to suit boot2root challenges.
Information: Overall 7 flags to collect, id 0 is the final step.
For any issues you can shoot an email to: dolev at dc416.com or DM me @dolevfarhi
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"A bacterium found in the intestines of animals and in the soil."
Corporate Malware Validator.
An IT Company implemented a new malware analysis tool for their employees to scan potentially malicious files. This PoC could be a make or break for the company.
It is your task to find the bacterium.
Goal: Get root, and get flag...
This VM was written in a manner that does not require
wget http://exploit; gcc exploit.
NB: VMWare might complain about the .ovf specification. If this does come accross your path, click the retry button and all should be well.
This is my second public Boot2Root, It’s intended to be a little more difficult that the last one I made. That being said, it will depend on you how hard it is :D It's filled with a few little things to make the player smile.
Again there are a few “Red Herrings”, and enumeration is key.
CAPTURE THE FLAGS
There are 7 flags to collect, designed to get progressively more difficult to obtain
SUPPORT Any support issues can be directed to [email protected]
For a while now I've been maintaining a VM I with several vulnerable web apps already deployed:
The VM has Burp Suite free, chromium with a few extensions (including a proxy switcher) and sqlmap. The browser home page contains links to some exercises and walkthroughs.
root // password tux // password