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Couchbase Recon: Basics II

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In this challenge we will look at the basics of Couchbase server reconnaissance. Please start the lab and answer the following questions:


    1. What is the version of the N1SQL running on the server? Use cbq tool.
    2. How many records are present in travel-sample bucket? Use cbq tool.
    3. Which country the callsign "AIRLINAIR" belongs to? Use cbq tool.
    4. How many records contain Helicopter in the name? Use cbq tool.
    5. What command can get the list of all buckets present on the target server. Use couchbase-cli.
    6. What command can get the list of all servers present on the target cluster. Use couchbase-cli.
    7. What command can download all data of the target cluster to attacker machine? The utility binary for this task comes with the couchbase.
    8. Write python code to fetch first 5 records from travel-sample bucket. Couchbase python client is installed on the system.


    • 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
    • Couchbase credentials: Administrator:diamonds
    • All couchbase binaries are present in /opt/couchbase/bin

    1. How many records are present in travel-sample bucket? Use cbq tool.

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