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This CTF contest has concluded. The solution PDF manual can be downloaded from above.
Welcome to our Weekly CTF Contest!
The CTF is focused on exploiting vulnerable applications and windows components exploitation. Explore the services, applications on the running machine, identify the misconfiguration flaw then and leverage it to obtain a shell on the target. Once you have a shell, escalate privileges and perform Lateral movement to compromise the second machine on the network.
Collect all nine flags.
Click on RUN to start the lab (takes approximately 90s).
Click on LAB LINK to access the Kali GUI instance. The machine will have an interface with IP address 10.X.X.X.
Target machine A and Target machine B should be located at the IP address 10.X.X.X. and 10.X.X.X. respectively.
Once you compromise Target A, you should be able to exploit Target B.
Some flags can be identified by prefix flag*. Please read the flag description carefully to know the type of the flag.
All the tools required for solving the CTF are available on the Kali machine. Third-party opensource tools/scripts are present in the directory "/root/Desktop/tools"
For performing dictionary attack use the wordlist: /root/Desktop/wordlists/100-common-passwords.txt
Capture and verify 9 flags
Once you verify the flags, email email@example.com with a short report on the process and the email you used to register on this website.
Reply to our Twitter post to let us know you've submitted your report.
This CTF contest will start on 0000hrs Dec 4, 2020 ET and end on 2359hrs Dec 8, 2020 ET.
The First 3 players to capture all the flags get a 1-month subscription + Pentester Academy T-shirt
3 other participants who capture all the flags will be selected randomly to win Headphones + 1-month subscription + Pentester Academy T-shirt. These will be picked randomly from the remaining correct submissions coming in upto 2359hrs Dec 8, 2020 ET
Winners will be contacted on Dec 9-10, 2020
All decisions from our team will be final.
|1.||Flag 1 OS Version eg: X.X.XXXX||
|4.||Administrator User NTLM Hash||
|5.||WebAdmin User NTLM Hash||
|6.||Plain Text Paassword of remoteadmin user||
|9.||Administrator User NTLM Hash of the Second Machine||
The following activities are strictly prohibited on this website unless otherwise explicitly stated as allowed in the mission statement:
- Using automated scanners
- Using brute force attacks
- Denial of Service attacks
- Attacking other student machines in challenges where you might achieve a shell on the vulnerable system
- Attacking the lab infrastructure
Users violating the above will be either temporarily or permanently banned from the website.
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