In this video, we are going to solve Jellyfish, a medium difficulty box from TryHackMe, which involves exploiting a PHP web app called Monitorr and using dirty_sock for root.
We are going to solve Bucket, a medium Linux machine on HackTheBox. We get credentials from DynamoDB, upload a webshell to a local S3 bucket and at the end exploit an html to pdf converter.
We are going to solve Laboratory, which is an easy linux machine on HackTheBox with a CVE on Gitlab for user and path hijacking on a setuid binary for root.
Time is a 30-point machine on HackTheBox that involves using a public exploit for a CVE and overwriting a shell script that is periodically run by root.
Solving Passage on HackTheBox. This is an easy box involving 2 public exploits, one for the CuteNews CMS and one for the USBCreator D-Bus interface.
Solving Luanne on HackTheBox. This is an easy 20-point machine involving a simple command injection and some password cracking.
Solving Crossfit, a 50-point Linux machine on HackTheBox which involves a lot of cross-site scripting, a command-injection, and finally some light reversing.
Solving Academy on HackTheBox, a 20-point Linux machine on HackTheBox that involves a Laravel deserialization RCE, stored credentials & sudo composer.
Buff is a 20-point Windows Machine on HackTheBox, created by egotisticalSW. It involves 2 simple public exploits and forwarding a port.
Book is a 30-point Linux machine on HackTheBox. We log into a web application by exploiting SQL truncation and then use a Local File Inclusion vulnerability to obtain an SSH key. By exploiting a logrotate CVE we escalate privileges.