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You need to enumerate the box, find the CMS, and exploit in order to gain access to other and finally get the user and root flag. Hint: Proceed in the given order : P Box created by hacksudo team members vishal Waghmare , Soham Deshmukh This box should be easy to medium . This machine was created for the Info Sec Prep Discord Server (https://discord.gg/ts EQq DJh) and Website (https://hacksudo.com) This box created for improvement of Linux privileged escalation and CMS skill , I hope so you guys enjoy. The box was created with Virtualbox ,but it should work with VMWare Player and VMWare workstation Upon booting up use netdiscover tool to find IP address you can check ip on grab page . This is the target address based on whatever settings you have. Find the flag submit it to the flagsubmit channel on Discord and get chance to get hacksudo machine hacking course free . This is a vulnerable linux box focused on web application testing along with showing the importance of enumeration. There are three users you needs to compromise to read the root flag. Difficulty: Easy-Medium Difficulty: Medium Venus is a medium box requiring more knowledge than the previous box, "Mercury", in this series. There are two flags on the box: a user and root flag which include an md5 hash. This has been tested on Virtual Box so may not work correctly on VMware. Any questions/issues or feedback please email me at: Sir Flash at 2021 brings us the VENGEANCE of digitalworld.local! This machine was built whilst the author was mulling over life in infosec whilst doing his PEN-300 course. But the author always has a heart for the OSCP, which explains yet another OSCP-like box, full of enumeration goodness. If you MUST have hints for this machine (even though they will probably not help you very much until you root the box! ): VENGEANCE is (#1): all about users making use of other users, (#2): broken hearts, (#3): broken minds. Note: Always think like a user when enumerating target machine. Feel free to contact the author at https://donavan.sg/blog if you would like to drop a comment. And take time to learn about the environment once you pop the initial shell. This one is quite different from my normal machines. I’m going to stop grading my boxes though because what’s difficult to one person is easy to another and vice versa. This is simply a learning step which everyone at some point crosses. This website uses 'cookies' to give you the best, most relevant experience. You can find out more about the cookies used by clicking this link (or by clicking the 'Privacy Policy' link at the top of any page). This box is probably hard though – it’s certainly not for beginners. You need to enumerate the box, find the CMS, and exploit in order to gain access to other and finally get the user and root flag. Hint: Proceed in the given order : P Box created by hacksudo team members vishal Waghmare , Soham Deshmukh This box should be easy to medium . This machine was created for the Info Sec Prep Discord Server (https://discord.gg/ts EQq DJh) and Website (https://hacksudo.com) This box created for improvement of Linux privileged escalation and CMS skill , I hope so you guys enjoy. The box was created with Virtualbox ,but it should work with VMWare Player and VMWare workstation Upon booting up use netdiscover tool to find IP address you can check ip on grab page . This is the target address based on whatever settings you have. Find the flag submit it to the flagsubmit channel on Discord and get chance to get hacksudo machine hacking course free . This is a vulnerable linux box focused on web application testing along with showing the importance of enumeration. There are three users you needs to compromise to read the root flag. Difficulty: Easy-Medium Difficulty: Medium Venus is a medium box requiring more knowledge than the previous box, "Mercury", in this series. There are two flags on the box: a user and root flag which include an md5 hash. This has been tested on Virtual Box so may not work correctly on VMware. Any questions/issues or feedback please email me at: Sir Flash at 2021 brings us the VENGEANCE of digitalworld.local! This machine was built whilst the author was mulling over life in infosec whilst doing his PEN-300 course. But the author always has a heart for the OSCP, which explains yet another OSCP-like box, full of enumeration goodness. If you MUST have hints for this machine (even though they will probably not help you very much until you root the box! ): VENGEANCE is (#1): all about users making use of other users, (#2): broken hearts, (#3): broken minds. Note: Always think like a user when enumerating target machine. Feel free to contact the author at https://donavan.sg/blog if you would like to drop a comment. And take time to learn about the environment once you pop the initial shell. This one is quite different from my normal machines. I’m going to stop grading my boxes though because what’s difficult to one person is easy to another and vice versa. This is simply a learning step which everyone at some point crosses. This website uses 'cookies' to give you the best, most relevant experience. You can find out more about the cookies used by clicking this link (or by clicking the 'Privacy Policy' link at the top of any page). This box is probably hard though – it’s certainly not for beginners.

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