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Welcome to our Weekly CTF Contest!
Webapps are an inevitable part of our lives. Almost every day we interact with applications either for buying stuff or for work-related purposes.
Due to this greater reach of webapps, it is important to understand the different possible attacks, learn how to leverage them to escalate user sessions, exfiltrate data, recover sensitive information, or worse, gain access to the remote system! When the developers are not security-centric, things can definitely go wrong! That’s why it is very important to understand the different ways in which things can go wrong and know how to avoid these issues in the first place.
This CTF is focused on exploiting a Code IDE webapp to get a foothold on the target server. Explore the different services and processes on the compromised server to escalate your privileges and escalate to root!
Collect all eleven flags.
Click on RUN to start the lab (takes approximately 25s).
Interact with the Code IDE webapp and the related APIs and recover eleven flags.
Except for FLAG11, all the flags are named as FLAG1, FLAG2, FLAG3, FLAG4, FLAG5, FLAG6, FLAG7, FLAG8, FLAG9, FLAG10
FLAG11 is the password of the root user of the MySQL database
Capture and verify 11 flags - FLAG1, FLAG2, FLAG3, FLAG4, FLAG5, FLAG6, FLAG7, FLAG8, FLAG9, FLAG10, FLAG11 (password of MySQL root user)
Once you verify the flags, email firstname.lastname@example.org with a short report on the process and the email you used to register on this website and Twitter ID.
Reply to our Twitter post to let us know you've submitted your report.
This CTF contest will start on 0000hrs Dec 11, 2020 ET and end on 2359hrs Dec 15, 2020 ET.
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 1-month subscriptions! These will be picked randomly from the remaining correct submissions coming in up to 2359hrs Dec 15, 2020 ET
Winners will be contacted on Dec 16-17, 2020
All decisions from our team will be final.
|11.||FLAG11 (Password of MySQL root user)||
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