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Description: Will you hear his story? The answers are all in the past!
This time we get another server and port to netcat into.
Connecting to the port we get a bash shell.
After a quick
ls we can see the
flag.txt right at our fingertips!!
But for some reason
cat flag.txt just doesnt work, it tells us
cat doesnt exist.
Similar command like
less and various text editors didnt work.
After a while, one command worked,
printf is like a more low-level
printf we're able to get the flag!
In bash you can get the contents of a file with
So I did
printf "%s" $(<flag.txt) (%s = tell printf to print a string)
And we get the flag!
~sw1tchbl4d3, 31/07/2020 (dd/mm/yyyy)