Tempus Fugit is a Latin phrase that roughly translated as “time flies”.

This is an hard, probably insane, real life box, created by @4nqr34z and @theart42.

As in the former Tempus Fugits, #5 the idea is still to create something “out of the ordinary”.

Need any hints? Feel free to contact us on Twitter: @tfhints

DHCP-Client.

Tested and works both on Virtualbox and vmware

Health warning:

May cause loss of hair, severe self doubt and enlarged imposter syndrome

Story:

Recovered from the security disaster that was Tempus Fugit 4, our friends at Mofo company returned to the warm bosom of Linux. They have developed a sensational Internet application and have protected it with all sorts of fancy tooling. Deploying new technology and cool security features, they are confident that they can now withstand the worst of the worst. But, being hacked so many times, may the real danger be lurking from within?? Hack TF5 and find out for yourself!, @theart42 and @4nqr34z

Tempus Fugit is a Latin phrase that roughly translated as “time flies”.

This is an hard, real life box, created by @4nqr34z and @theart42.

As in the former Tempus Fugits, #4 the idea is still to create something “out of the ordinary”.

Need any hints? Feel free to contact us on Twitter: @4nqr34z or @theart42

DHCP-Client.

Tested and works both on Virtualbox and vmware

Story:

After being hacked multiple times, the company decides to do things differently this time. They left Linux and choose another operating system that claimed to be more secure. Realising they could have resources inside the company that are willing to help the relative small IT department (originally only web-designers) and the fact (according to Hugh Janus) there are safety in numbers, they start a internal crowdsourcing project. Allowing internal employees to request access to the new server.

Tempus Fugit is a Latin phrase that roughly translated as “time flies”.

This is an hard, real life box, created by @4nqr34z and @theart42 to be used as a CTF challenge on Bsides Newcastle 23. november 2019 and released on Vulnhub the same day.

In Tempus Fugit 3, the idea is still, like in the first two challenges; to create something “out of the ordinary”.

The vm contains 5 flags. If you don’t see them, you are not looking in the right place...

Need any hints? Feel free to contact us on Twitter: @4nqr34z or @theart42


DHCP-Client.

Tested both on Virtualbox and vmware


Health warning: For external use only