Ah, good old laziness comes in various forms and flavors. Hey, they even included sloth in deadly sins list. For a reason I might say. Today we’ll look at our typical IT sinner – the lazy sysadmin.
TV show is finally over.
It’s hard to imagine now, that series premiered back in 2011 and lasted over 8 season. Show was praised by critics and fans alike, generated tons a memes and fan theories. It doesn’t matter that last episode is lowest-ranked episode ever on IMDB. Ever! I can’t agree with this, but it doesn’t matter now. I’m thankful for these 8 years anyway.
I found this CTF machine made by OscarAkaElvis on vulnhub. It’s clearly inspired by Game of Thrones, but goes way beyond it . So, valar morghulis!
This Friday lab is dedicated to one my favorite writers. But it’s just a coincidence =) #cissp #security #pentest
Raven 2 is another vulnerable intermediate level machine by William McCann. The only difference here that it has four flags to capture. Let’s dive right in!
The Matrix has you! Another quite easy machine to take down this monday. It’s more suitable as CTF, not a real life example, but however it’s really entertaining.
We did everything we could with the machine last time, why go back there? The thing is that sometimes there’s more than one solution for a single task.
This time we’ll try a different approach and see how it goes.
Let’s move on to this labs. This time is a Stapler by a g0tmi1k. Yeah, “You see Bob, it’s not that I’m lazy, it’s that I just don’t care”
Stapler is an intermediate machine with a couple of interesting twists. Here we go.
My pick for the first blog is a Toppo by Hadi Mene. Yes, I know there are many write ups but there’s no reason not make my own one!
Toppo is an entry level machine, but we have to start somewhere, right?