Glasgow Smile: 1.1


  • Name: Glasgow Smile: 1.1
  • Date release: 16 Jun 2020



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GlasgowSmile-v1.1.zip

(Size: 741 MB)


Title: Glasgow Smile

  • Users: 5
  • Difficulty Level: Initial Shell (Easy) - Privileges Escalation (Intermediate)
  • Hint: Enumeration is the key.

If you are a newbie in Penetration Testing and afraid of OSCP preparation, do not worry. Glasgow Smile is supposed to be a kind of gym for OSCP machines.

The machine is designed to be as real-life as possible. Anyway, You will find also a bunch of ctf style challanges, it's important to have some encryption knowledge.

You need to have enough information about Linux enumeration and encryption for privileges escalation.

About the VM:

Just download, extract and load the .vmx file in VMware Workstation (tested on VMware Workstation 15.x.x)

The adapter is currently NAT, networking is configured for DHCP and IP will get assigned automatically

Contact:

You can contact me on Hack the box (https://www.hackthebox.eu/profile/232477) or by email ([email protected]) for hints!


## Changelog 2020-06-16 - v1.1 2020-06-15 - v1.0


  • Filename: GlasgowSmile-v1.1.zip
  • File size: 741 MB
  • MD5: CBD6D517A7D3C4641F74696CACFEB140
  • SHA1: ACF4AAE0F8D12DD07FE79C29E6F583E1583BE9DB


  • Format: Virtual Machine (Virtualbox - OVA)
  • Operating System: Linux


  • DHCP service: Enabled
  • IP address: Automatically assign