Introduction: This week’s retiring machine is Bounty, which is a beginner-friendly box that can still teach a few new tricks. Bounty is rated 4.8/10, which I feel is pretty appropriate given the overall ease of the machine. In this walkthrough, we’ll do a little bit of dirbusting, learn a nifty trick to gain remote code
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Introduction: This week’s retiring machine is TartarSauce, which is full of rabbit holes deep enough to get stuck in. With a rating of 6.2/10, it’s not the most difficult of machines out there, but it definitely felt a little more complex to me than a 30 point box. Either way, we get to experience another
Introduction: This week’s retiring box is DevOops. Coming in at a difficulty rating of 4.3/10, it’s not an incredibly hard machine to root, but it does teach some valuable lessons in web application penetration testing and basic Linux privesc enumeration. Let’s take a look at what a simple “oops” can mean for the bad guy.
Introduction This week’s retired box is Fighter, which brought a lot of pain into my life. Having just started my HTB journey over the past couple of weeks, I have challenged myself to complete the retiring box, at a minimum, so that I can continue to post write-ups. Fighter caused me hours of lost sleep.
Introduction: With Sunday’s retirement today, I finally get to write my first Hack The Box write-up. I cannot tell you how exciting that is, but Borat can: Sunday was a bit on the easier side, but in the end, taught me a new tricks I had never seen before. The box reminded me of my