haclabs: Deception

  • Name: haclabs: Deception
  • Date release: 15 Feb 2020

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(Size: 2.5 GB)

This machine is designed by keeping in mind about all the beginners who wants to start their journey in CTF challenges.

This machine doesn't require any prior knowledge about different web vulnerabilities.

Privilege escalation is the Key!

This machine has 3 flags. Each flag is present in home directory.

You must know some basic linux commands to pawn this machine.

Technical Information

  • Machine is based on Ubuntu 64bit
  • Tested on virtualBox
  • DHCP is enabled (set as bridged networking)


Unzip it and then import it into virtualBox


If you have solved this machine in an unintended way then please let us know,you may get a chance to publish your writeup on our website. website link : https://www.haclabs.org

This works best with VirtualBox, not VMware

  • Filename: Deception.ova
  • File size: 2.5 GB
  • MD5: 7D32F371FB29CB110D791D507171B560
  • SHA1: 5B2B825BAB6D6785D717900E8176401715FAB281

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

  • DHCP service: Enabled
  • IP address: Automatically assign