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This box has been one of the most time consuming ones I’ve done so far. I’d highly recommend it for anybody studying/prepping for the OSCP exam, as it will help you sharpen a lot of skills that will come in useful for that certification. Table of Contents: Initial Enumeration Using Hydra to Brute-Force Our First […]
In honors of Valentines day, I figured it only made sense to give this box a try and was shocked at how easy it ended up being. Table of Contents: Enumeration Exploiting Heartbleed Vulnerability Privilege Escalation Key Takeaways Enumeration As always, I started with an nmap scan to see what ports are open. nmap -T4 […]
This was a “fun” box. It honestly wasn’t too hard because there are many, well documented, public exploits available. I spent way more time than I’d like to admit on the privesc section, but eventually found an easy way in. Table of Contents: Enumeration and Initial Foothold Privilege Escalation Key Takeaways Enumeration and Initial Foothold […]
This was a simple box, but I did run into a curve-ball when getting my initial foothold. I’m rating this as an easy box since the privilege escalation piece was simple when utilizing a kernel exploit, and the the initial way in isn’t super realistic.
There’s a Reddit post in r/oscp titled: OSCP like boxes on Hack The Box (Credit @TJ_Null on Twitter) This post showcases the below graphic that outlines a list of machines on HTB that will best prepare you for the OSCP exam. To guide myself in my OSCP journey, and to hopefully help others along the […]
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