Getting Started with Docker

What are Docker containers? Docker containers are a smaller version of Virtual Machines with farless overheads and lot for flexibility. If you want to isolate different services on your system then you can make multiple dockers images for each service and run them, separately. How it works? Well all you need to do is make a file named Dockerfile which would contain the rules/instructions of what all has to be done in that container and then you start the build of your container....

February 5, 2020 · 5 min

Linux Privilege escalation

If you do all the HackTheBox, Vulnhub etc VM you will understand the feeling of getting a reverse shell on the machine but we know that you’re far from home. Finding the right vector for escalating your privileges can be a pain in the ass. I’m going to share some of the methods I completely depends upon for finding those vulnerable vector that helps to escalate privilege on Linux system....

February 1, 2020 · 5 min

My eJPT experience

Like every Infosec enthusiast I want to do OSCP certification program but when I was reading about it I came across this ceritificate named eJPT so I decided to read about it. Lot of people recommend eJPT as the stepping stone for other bigger certificates like eCPPT or OSCP. After reading numerous reviews and blog posts about eJPT, I decided to take it. The main reason I took this certificate was to gain some confidence for OSCP and also to improve my resume....

January 15, 2020 · 6 min

Working with Predictable Network Interface Names and netplan

Recently I was working on making a new Virtual machine for Vulnhub(it’s in beta right now) and one of the issues I came across was the problem of not having any interface except the loopback (lo) in the newly created VM. Now setting a new interface is easy but What I wanted was to set Dynamic DHCP IP so whenever someone starts the VM it’s assigned an IP using which they can attack the box....

November 16, 2019 · 3 min

Capture the flag!!

Okay, I gotta start by saying that it been a long time. The last thing I remember was trying to figure out how to rebase my pull requests on Kodi’s repository and praying to pass my first GSoC evaluation. Well, as of now I have passed all the GSoC evaluations, received all my stipend and missed a great trip to Sofia, Bulgaria, yup missed it, but that’s a story for next time....

October 19, 2018 · 2 min