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SqunityCTF[5] Old Style

This is the challenge description: Inside the zip file, we got 2 EXEcutables. Lets check the 1st one first . 1st EXE: Lets try to find information about this EXE file without running it. This is called Static analysis. First, use PEiD and EXEinfo PE. Nothing. But if we check Read more…

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SqunityCTF[4] Abusing

Hmmmm.. this time we got a sound file (.mp3). And the description says it’s about something old. Lets check it out.. If we play the sound file, we will notice instantly that it is Morse code. If you don’t know what that is, check out this explanatory video. Ok, how Read more…

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SqunityCTF[3] d3cod3 m3

What do we have here? It says “web server”, and the filename is “c99.zip”, so maybe it’s a PHP shell or something? Inside the zip, there is a PHP file. Let’s check what’s in it. (using notepad++ ) Hmm… some obfuscated PHP code. How do I know it’s obfuscated? Well, Read more…

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SqunityCTF[2] Zoom Eye

This is the data provided: I suppose we’ll be searching for something hidden. We’re given a compressed file “invokeme.7z” (note the filename)… Inside, there is an image file (9.81 MB in size, pretty big). I’m pretty confident at this point that this is a steganography challenge. The challenge description said Read more…

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SqunityCTF[1] $script kiddie

We’re provided with a zip-file “script.zip” (note the filename !!) Inside it is an EXE file; also named “script.exe” Once we extract it, we see the file’s icon… looks familiar? yup!! it’s an autoIt script, compiled into an EXE.. hence the file names containing the word “script” To be 100% Read more…

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SqunityCTF[0] General knowledge

Here are the 4 general knowledge challenges… I answered those 3 successfully: But this one.. I tried like 20 answers, all incorrect. I think it’s referring to JackPotting, but all the answers I tried were incorrect.

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