Privilege Escalation Techniques

Posted on Mi 10 August 2016 in Security • Tagged with Linux, Privilege Escalation, rootLeave a comment

This blog post will serve as a cheatsheet to help in my future pentesting experiments and wargames when I am stuck and don't know how to proceed. I hope it will be of use for some people out there. This document will likely change and evolve in future revisions.

In this blog post I will discuss common privilege escalation techniques. I assume that an attack got a foothold into the server by spawning a webshell over SQL-Injections or similar web exploitation vectors.

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Nebula Wargame walkthrough Level 10-19

Posted on Di 29 September 2015 in Wargames • Tagged with Linux, Programming, Security, Problem SolvingLeave a comment

Walkthrough of nebula wargame from level 10 to level 19

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Nebula Wargame walkthrough Level 0-9

Posted on Mo 28 September 2015 in Wargames • Tagged with Linux, Programming, Security, Problem SolvingLeave a comment

In this blog post we will walk through the solutions of the levels 0 to 9 of the Nebula wargame, which is hosted on http://exploit-exercises.com. This writeup will force me to memorize commands better and exercise a bit. I fear that this writeup is of no use for other people, since you hopefully want to solve those exercises on your own :)

Level 0 - Finding setuid programs in the filesystem

As the descriptions states you need to find a setuid binary that gets a shell for the flag00 user ...

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Very good program to record audio and desktop on Linux!

Posted on So 18 Januar 2015 in Linux • Tagged with Linux, SoftwareLeave a comment

First post in the new year!

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Happy new year to all of you and let 2015 be a succesful year for us all!

My New Year's resolution is to write at least two blog posts every month and try to get my scraping service on scrapeulous.com up and running!

Good program to record the desktop/audio on linux

But what I really wanted to share today is an awesome way to record your desktop with audio on Linux. I tried my luck several times with VLC, but ...

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