Official Time Discussion

user part was interesting. But don’t worry about root part. İt’s easy PEASy :slight_smile: good luck!

Can anybody help me? This is my first machine. I can’t find the CVE but I’m pretty sure I know the vulnerability (J**N). I think I need to know more though but I can’t find anything useful. I’ve tried directly starting a shell by inputting true into the validation box and then entering a php reverse shell, but that just causes the website to lose connection or crash. I know I can find usernames and passwords through this vulnerability but idk how cuz I’m still learning burp and J**N.

Just hint me though. Don’t give me the whole thing, I wanna try to figure this out with just hints

Update: Maybe I was wrong? S** inj****** possibly.

Anyone can give me a little help? I’ve looking through the CVE’s and having no luck with them. How did you narrow down to the right one?

Learned quite a bit with this box. Never had any experience with this type of vulnerability and I dont consider myself an expert after this either hahaha. Just understand more or less the basics of it. Wouldnt really know how to do a exploit myself tho because of my lack of knowledge of the programming languaje. I will learn it in the future tho, looks interesting.

For those struggling:

  • User: look on internet for some articles on the vulnerability, there are many, there is just one that works. At least that I have tried. Look on blogs and not so much on tipical sites (hope it is not too much of a spoiler). Maybe you have to change it up just a bit.

  • Root: tipical privilege escalation scenario, maybe a PE script will help.

Type your comment> @zomry101 said:

Rooted! First time I root machine alone (with some hints from the guys in the forum), If someone need help, feel free to DM me with what have you tried.

I’m about to DM you for some help. If anyone else has any nudges, I’d appreciate it.

Basically, I get the principle behind sp**.x** but I can’t get J*** to fire it off the way google tells me it should.

Machine response to me “********* re**** *** SYS”, But don’t have any thing back to me. I don’t know it became by connection or i did it in wrong way :frowning:

Started this machine 2 days ago but still havent found the right CVE. Could anyone give me some hints? I would appreciate it

Type your comment> @duongsake21 said:

Machine response to me “********* re**** *** SYS”, But don’t have any thing back to me. I don’t know it became by connection or i did it in wrong way :frowning:

the first time i ran this it worked, now a few days later i am back and got errors like this as well as timeouts…maybe that’s why this is called time?

@thanow said:

Started this machine 2 days ago but still havent found the right CVE. Could anyone give me some hints? I would appreciate it

Have a look at the response you get from entering test data. Google key phrases. This will take you to a series of things to test to narrow down how it is processing your data. Then you will get the key phrases to find the exploit you need.

Type your comment> @unkn0wnsyst3m said:

Type your comment> @duongsake21 said:

Machine response to me “********* re**** *** SYS”, But don’t have any thing back to me. I don’t know it became by connection or i did it in wrong way :frowning:

the first time i ran this it worked, now a few days later i am back and got errors like this as well as timeouts…maybe that’s why this is called time?

headshake - it worked, checked my http serving directory, the errors here dont seem to necessarily add up, which makes sense because you are leverage processes in an unintended way.

rooted, fun box. initial enumeration was a pain. Like @TazWake said, google all the error messages and it will point you to the right CVE.
PM for nudges

Yes, i use CVE, i have rev shell… connected but now? :frowning: Little hint?

@tortellino said:

Yes, i use CVE, i have rev shell… connected but now? :frowning: Little hint?

Grab the user flag, enumerate - enumscripts can be useful here. Find something, look at what it does. Modify it to your ends.

Yes, if i little help other… you image a two tunnel.
Now i’m to going to root. Hint?
It’s my second box.
@TazWake said:

@tortellino said:

Yes, i use CVE, i have rev shell… connected but now? :frowning: Little hint?

Grab the user flag, enumerate - enumscripts can be useful here. Find something, look at what it does. Modify it to your ends.

@tortellino said:

Yes, if i little help other… you image a two tunnel.
Now i’m to going to root. Hint?
It’s my second box.

You need to enumerate. It’s hard to be any clearer without telling you which file to look at.

Oh, this one was very quick.

I think there is enough hints around here. However, as I saw some ppl complaining about having their root shell dropped, you should know that there is more than a way to get your shell right?

I also had this problem with my first approach (don’t know why), but my second try worked like a charm.
:slight_smile:

kindly please give me some hint.i’m still in a deep rabbit hole.can advice is appriciated.

@L4c3fer said:

kindly please give me some hint.i’m still in a deep rabbit hole.can advice is appriciated.

Any hint? Ok - use nmap to find open ports, when you find an open port, look into it and see if it has anything you can use to exploit the box.

If that isn’t much use, it might help if you give an idea of where you are, what you are trying to do, what has failed and, ideally, why the previous hints haven’t helped.

@TazWake didn’t get Json dese******* exploit that work