LazySysAdmin: 1


  • Name: LazySysAdmin: 1
  • Date release: 20 Sep 2017



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Lazysysadmin.zip

(Size: 479 MB)


Name: LazySysAdmin 1.0


Author: Togie Mcdogie

Twitter: @TogieMcdogie


[Description]

Difficulty: Beginner - Intermediate

Boot2root created out of frustration from failing my first OSCP exam attempt.

Aimed at:

      > Teaching newcomers the basics of Linux enumeration
      > Myself, I suck with Linux and wanted to learn more about each service whilst creating a playground for others to learn

Special thanks to @RobertWinkel @dooktwit for hosting LazySysAdmin at Sectalks Brisbane BNE0x18


[Lore]

LazySysadmin - The story of a lonely and lazy sysadmin who cries himself to sleep


[Tested with]

  • Virtualbox
  • Vnware Workstation player

[Preffered setup]

Host only networking

[Hints]

  • Enumeration is key
  • Try Harder
  • Look in front of you
  • Tweet @togiemcdogie if you need more hints

[Other]

  • What could you of done to speed up the enumeration process?
  • Are there any obvious things that you missed, which you shouldnt of missed?
  • Did you learn anything interesting?
  • What have you added to your enumeration process to prevent you from wasting time?

[Checksum]

  • Name: Lazysysadmin.zip
  • Size: 501925265 bytes (478 MB)
  • SHA256: DBAC88A2E76FD5A6693A2890030DD3BE0DC2C09F30B43A79BE8AB7A23B708EF5




  • Filename: Lazysysadmin.zip
  • File size: 479 MB
  • MD5: 96FADD9A1B81594A07898937BC708DC8
  • SHA1: 033449E6B3A2ED9BCDD4D1A6102E348E524CA227


  • Format: Virtual Machine (VMware)
  • Operating System: Linux


  • DHCP service: Enabled
  • IP address: Automatically assign