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In this challenge we will look at the dictionary attacks on Apache server. Please start the lab and answer the following questions:
- What is the version of the running web server?
- What page is hosted on the running web server?
- Perform bruteforce on web server directories and list the names of directories found. Use brute_dirs metasploit module.
- Flags are kept in both the directories. Try to retrieve the flag from “dir” directory using curl.
- The “dir” directory is using some kind of protection. What protection is that?
- Now try to retrieve the flag from “poc” directory using curl.
- The “poc” directory is also using some kind of protection. What protection is that?
- The web server belongs to users “alice” and “bob”. And, they have used /usr/share/metasploit-framework/data/wordlists/unix_passwords.txt dictionary to set the password. Find the credentials required to access “dir” directory.
- Fetch the flag from “dir” directory.
- Again, the web server belongs to users “alice” and “bob”. And, they have used /usr/share/metasploit-framework/data/wordlists/unix_passwords.txt dictionary to set the password. Find the credentials required to access “poc” directory.
- Fetch the flag from “poc” directory.
- This lab is dedicated to you! No other users are on this network :)
- Once you start the lab, you will have access to a root terminal of a Kali instance
- Your Kali has an interface with IP address 192.X.Y.Z. Run "ip addr" to know the values of X and Y.
- The Target machine should be located at the IP address 192.X.Y.3.
- Do not attack the gateway located at IP address 192.X.Y.1
|1.||Fetch the flag from dir directory:||
|2.||Fetch the flag from poc directory:||
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