Mark

Mark

Mark like CTF's, his home lab and walks on the beach. He holds SANS certifications in Forensics and Information Security. Currently working in the cybersecurity field.
  • HackTheBox

    Bastion – HTB Walkthrough

    Bastion is a Windows based machine, located at 10.10.10.134. It’s been recently retired, so let’s take a look. First thing is trusty nmap/Zenmap to check what ports are open and some basic OS fingerprinting. I like to start with privileged…

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  • HackTheBox

    Lame – HTB Walkthrough

    Lame is an Easy rated and retired machine on HackTheBox. As always, we start with nmap, including the -p- switch to enumerate all ports. sudo nmap -sV -sC -p- 10.10.10.3 We have FTP, SMB, and something I don’t know and…

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  • HackTheBox

    OpenAdmin – HTB Walkthrough

    Let’s start with nmap, all ports. I’ve been caught too many times by scanning only the top 1000 ports and missing something. I’d rather do it once, save the output and work from there. sudo nmap -sV -sC -p- 10.10.10.171…

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  • HackTheBox

    Postman – HTB Walkthrough

    Postman is an “easy” rated and retired machine from HackTheBox, meaning you will need a VIP subscription to interact with this machine. Although rated as easy, it will still a great box to get some experience with services and tools…

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  • Kali

    Update time/date in Kali Virtual Machine

    If you flick back and forth between VMware Workstation snapshots when you inevetibly break something in Kali, you might find if you roll back to an old snapshot you get the following error when trying to browse your web app…

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  • HackTheBox

    Netmon – HTB Walkthrough

    Netmon is an “easy” rated machine. Despite the rating, we go through each box methodically to help develop a repeatable enumeration process so we can learn to quickly identify weak spots and avoid potential rabbit holes. We start with nmap;…

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  • HackTheBox

    Jerry – HTB Walkthrough

    Jerry is a Windows based machine on HackTheBox. Although rated as “easy”, the box was still a lot of fun and introduces beginners to services that they may not have seen before or have experience with. When completing the box,…

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