dawn is a boot2root machine with a difficulty designed to be Easy with multiple ways to be completed. It is recommended to use Virtualbox.

If you need to contact me for hints you can do it via twitter here: @whitecr0w1

Tr0ll: 3

Maleus 6 Aug 2019

The latest version of the Tr0ll series. This one is a little different from the previous iterations, I would say still on the beginner++ level. I hope everyone has fun, be sure to tag @Maleus21 with screen shots of the flag.

You will need to login with start:here

Type: Boot 2 Root

Goal: Obtain flag.txt

Difficulty: Beginner++

Fun level: Over 9000

N/A

West Wild v1 1 is a beginner level CTF series, created by Hashim This CTF series is for people who have basic knowledge of penetration Testing tools and techniques , and this machine is include of

1- System Testing

Level = intermediate

and i hope you all will Have F0n ;)

jigsaw: 2

Zayotic 27 Jul 2019

Difficulty: Insane

It has 2 flags.

Certain functionality only work with VMware.

ReadMe: 1

Rob 26 Jul 2019

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The library is a sophisticated web application which has few advanced vulnerabilities. You will have to think out of the box to be able to compromised successfully this machine. If you can't you can just enjoy countries history ;)

Hint: PHP $_REQUEST

The library is a sophisticated web application which has few advanced vulnerabilities. You will have to think out of the box to be able to compromised successfully this machine. If you can't you can just enjoy countries history ;)

MinU: v2

8BitSec 18 Jul 2019

This boot2root is a linux based virtual machine and has been tested using VirtualBox. The network interface of the virtual machine will take it's IP settings from DHCP.

Your goal is to capture the flag on /root.

Note: Tested on VirtualBox

Network: Host-Only, NAT (not required)

File: OVA

Difficulty: easy/intermediate

Intermediate real life based machine designed to test your skill at enumeration. If you get stuck remember to try different wordlist, avoid rabbit holes and enumerate everything thoroughly. SHOULD work for both VMware and Virtualbox.

For hints you're welcome to contact me via Twitter @zayotic