Mr Robot CTF (The Easy Way)

fig 1: zenmap result
fig 2: Mr Robot CTF website
fig 3: results of gobuster
fig 4:wp-login page
fig 5: robots page
fig 6: key-1-of-3.txt
fig 7: fsocity.dic
fig 8: original word count of fsocity.dic
fig 9: sorted fsocity.dic
fig 10: capturing request using burpsuite
fig 11: output of wpscan
fig 12 : getting unstable shell
fig 13 : getting stable shell
fig 14 : cracked password.raw-md5
fig 15 : getting robot access
fig 16 : second key
fig 17 : checking application with SETUID set
fig 18: getting root access

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Data Engineer, Cybersecurity enthusiast , PLSQL, Data Analyst

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