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wanna road map for penetration testing and beginner ctf player ..plz help
I have no idea, where to get 4 different tasks flag...
hello I am looking for teammates to improve myself in tryhackme
looking for a road map to bug bounty and road map to participate in a uni competition ctf.
Just jumped into the TryHackMe scene about two weeks ago, coming from a background in programming and dabbling in some CompTIA courses (still am). I'm eager to ramp up my hacking skills and take things to the next level.
I'm eyeing CTF and KOTH competitions, and I've got this idea that might sound a bit like a gaming clan. I've been part of competitive gaming teams before, and the camaraderie and growth were awesome. So, I'm thinking of a team channel for discussions, regular KOTH and CTF challenges, and scheduled learning events. The end goal? Building a community of like-minded individuals, all aiming to grow as hackers and throw down in competitions. I might be a bit away from this, but my thirst for knowledge is insatiable, and I'm set on becoming an active competitor.
Anyone else keen on the idea?? If so, how active are you? How many rooms have you tackled? Do you hack daily? Hoping to connect with some folks on a similar journey, drop a comment
I work as a front-end developer for almost 5 years now and recently I got interested in cybersecurity. Before putting any money into certs and while trying to find out if I would even like the field, I took advantage of the Black Friday offer and got myself a one year TryHackMe subscription.
I'm 17 days into learning (trying to keep a streak of some sort) and all I can say is that the amount of info that's on the website is simply insane. I'm taking of course the beginners paths and up until now I didn't realize just how much I don't know, even about front end (I'm self-taught and if you're ever followed any front-end tutorials, you know that even a slight mention of networks or HTTPS will make the creator burst into flames).
Anyway, I guess all I wanted to say is that I am really excited about the material, and even if I won't get into cybersecurity in the end, this subscription was one of the best things I spent money on (workwise). The amount of things one can learn is quite impressive. May the Gods of Streaks keep me motivated!
How can i find the second part from the Qr code I Found all the pieces, any hints ?
While trying to connect to tryhackme through openvpn, I'm facing this connection issue -
"Client exception in transport_recv: crypto_alg: BF-CBC: bad cipher for data channel use"
Does anybody know how to resolve this? And I got this issue only when I'm using my windows machine. It works fine if I use linux.
Solved: I started with a fresh VM and I went to the site to refresh my configuration, get a new OVPN file. After that, I thought I still had an issue but realized I was copy/pasting the wrong IP into the RDP app, and once I did that right, it works. So I'm back up and running. Thanks for the help!
I had to rebuild a new Kali VM recently and put my setup in it for auto-logging into VPN for THM. But I can't seem to connect to any rooms that start out with the usual 10.10.x.x. I think I realized that the VM I'm using bridges to my network differently than before and my home network also uses 10 to start with. I'm successfully logged into VPN as connection area on the website has the checkbox and I do "ip a" and get my lo, eth0 and tun0 up with their IPs. My eth0 shows 10.0.0.<thenumber>/24 and then tun0 is my usual IP I get when logged in with a /17. If I ping the box I brought up for a room I get no response. But I'm thinking it's going via eth0 instead of tun0, and I don't have any 10.10's in my home network.
line from eth0 in "ip a" command (Xs substituted in):
inet 10.0.0.X/24 brd 10.0.0.255 scope global dynamic noprefixroute eth0
line from tun0 in "ip a" command:
inet 10.13.X.X/17 brd 10.13.127.255 scope global tun0
Maybe I need to make sure the VM uses a different network that won't conflict? Or is there a way to tell my kali vm that 10.10 traffic should go through my tun0 device?
I’m on task 10 of the Burpsuite Basics and it’s having me look for a suspicious endpoint on the website they provided. Am I supposed to leave the FoxyProxy on while searching the website to build up the site map?
Hi everyone .
I am able to connect to openvpn. I had my issues with the latest version. downgraded to 2.7 but still even after connecting i was able to connect to web page.
So I have downloaded the newer version of open vpn and now in the Advanced settings i have implemented insecure for security level and immediately i was able to connect .
Even after doing so i was unable to access the web page.
I have also added http:// in front of the ip but still no luck
I have also ran the openvpn in sudo still no luck
I have added data-cipher thing but still no luck
Finally after trying everything nothing is working
The Machine i am using is M1 mac OSX
Installed M1 based openvpn
If anyone found a solution please reply
I'm in SOC Lvl1 path and came up with this room as my next objective. It is indeed Yara room but no matter how I run Loki within the file1 directory, it results in a clean file. I know it wasn't meant to be but somehow it happened. Do you have any suggestions or tips to overcome this?
Thought the Daily Winners were supposed to be posted on X every Wednesday?
my openvpn is not working,
i have tried multiple things like reseting my network settings on linux,
retrying over and over, tried connecting to the vpn through the internet thing at the top right in kali linux,
ive updated and upgraded it and rebooted my linux and ive also deleted my kali linux and reinstalled a new one and still dont work.
I have used try to hack me for like 30 minutes and I have progressed less than 5% when I resume the course, they ask me to subscribe and if I don't it will not allow me to continue the course, Has anyone encountered this problem and is there a way to continue
anyone to help with day 3 flag plz.
I've graduated with engineering degree in Computer science and engineering. So I've decent understanding of Networking as we'll as hands-on experience in Linux. But still I'm doing all beginner challenges. I wanted to ask is Jr Penetration Tester path in THM is for bug bounty or I'll need to learn anything after that?
Edit. I've also done few full stack web dev projects. So I've understanding about apis ans endpoints, etc.
What I am asking is, I want to do the pnpt course then take the exam after some practice so I am asking should I study all the fundamental and offensive paths on this platform then go for the pnpt ? or should I skip them and go for the pnpt. Also I can afford the monthly subscription if it would bring value to me
Note: my goal of taking the pnpt or joining this platform is to gain knowledge my goal isn't to get the pnpt or the OSCP but to get as much "useful" knowledge as I can then I would care about certs