We are solving Proper, a 40-point Windows machine on HackTheBox created by jkr and me. This box involves a custom SQL-Injection and a Remote-File-Inclusion that is quite tricky to exploit. Root is about a custom service binary running as SYSTEM and requires some light golang reversing and knowledge about windows...
We are solving Crossfit2, a 50-point OpenBSD machine on HackTheBox.
We are solving Breadcrumbs, a 40-point Windows machine on HackTheBox. For user, we exploit an LFI to read PHP source code, forge a session cookie & upload a PHP shell. Root involves dumping sticky notes content & exploiting a SQL injection.
Scavenger is a 40 Point machine on hackthebox that involves a lot of enumeration, a SQL injection, and in my video, an unintended root by exploiting exim.
Zetta is 40-point machine on hackthebox. We will get the ipv6 address of the box via ftp, use rsync to get access to ssh and finally abuse a sql injection in rsyslogd to get root.
AI is a 30 point machine on hackthebox that involves SQL injection via speech and abusing an exposed java debugging port.
Writeup is a nice, medium difficulty machine on hackthebox, featuring the use of a publicly available sql injection exploit and a rather unique way to get root by using path poisoning.
Unattended is a high difficulty machine on hackthebox, featuring manual sql injection, log poisoning and some guessing.
Redcross is a machine on hackthebox.eu, featuring sql injection, cookie reuse and a nice binary exploitation challenge, which I enjoyed a lot.