Steiner254

~ In this write-up article we will cover:

  1. Introduction
  2. Remove CTF writeup

1. Introduction

~ Hello Hackers :) My name is Steiner254 (Alvin Mwambi). I am a Bug Bounty Hunter, Penetration Tester, Technical Writer, 24/7 Red Team Player, CTF player, Cyber Security Analyst , and a Computer Science student.

~ Twitter @steiner254

2. Remove CTF writeup

~ This is the challenge https://cybertalents.com/learn/linux-essentials/2-linux-basics-commands/challenges/remove

Description

>> I need to remove a file called secret in my home directory. which command should i use

Solution

~ The home directory is represented by ~

~ The file name is secret, so to remove it use the command rm ~/secret hence,

Your flag is: rm ~/secret

Happy Hacking :)

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~ In this we will cover:

  1. Introduction
  2. 1337 SSH ctf writeup.

1. Introduction

~ Hello Hackers :) My name is Steiner254 (Alvin Mwambi). I am a Bug Bounty Hunter, Penetration Tester, Technical Writer, 24/7 Red Team Player, CTF player, Cyber Security Analyst , and a Computer Science student.

~ Twitter @steiner254

2. 1337 SSH ctf writeup.

~ This is the 1337 challenge https://cybertalents.com/learn/linux-essentials/1-operating-system-introduction/challenges/1337-ssh

~To solve the challenge, follow the challenge link. This takes you to a terminal-like interface.

~ Use the provided credentials to login. That is:

user: ctf

password: ctf

~ Now use the command (cat /opt/banner) to get the flag as shown below:

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Steiner254

Steiner254

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