In this post, I'll walk you through Love, an easy-level Windows machine on Hack the Box.
Actively writing about technology, life-events and indie hacking. Here are some of my most recent thoughts and hacks I've published.
In this post, I'll walk you through Laboratory, an easy-level Linux machine on Hack the Box. It has a GitLab CVE vulnerability for the user and uses path file checking on a setuid binary for the root flag.
In this post I walk you through how I solved Luanne from Hack the Box. This is an easy difficulty NetBSD box, focussing on fuzzing and code injection via Lua.
Ever wondered if it would be possible to monitor what is getting typed at other shells running on a Linux system. Well I have and in this post, I walk you through creating an eBPF program to monitor every command typed on a bash or zsh prompt.
This post is just a reminder to myself. I've been doing more and more CTF's lately and I keep having to look up how to correctly encode a base64 encoded PowerShell compatible string on Linux.
In this post, I take on Omni from Hack The Box. It's labelled as an easy Windows challenge and puts a big emphasis and doing thorough reconnaissance. I very much enjoyed this box and proved to be quite a challenge.
Let's say we're building a new service and are tasked with spinning up the infrastructure required for it to run. It's already defined in code but how do I automate the deployment?
There may come a time when you need to know the public IP address of your router, as assigned by your ISP. In this post, I show a couple of neat tricks to quickly grab your public IP.
In this post I go through a problem I faced getting Kong API gateway up and running on an older CPU. I show how to debug the issue and how to determine if your CPU is supported