Ctf-Screenshotter – A CTF Web Challenge About Making Screenshots

A CTF web challenge about making screenshots. It is inspired by a bug found in real life. The challenge was created by @LiveOverflow for https://cscg.de/. Watch the video writeup here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FCjMoPpOPYI Run the challenge To run the challenge you have to install docker-compose: docker-compose up Once the servicses are running, you should be able toRead More

CTF-Party – A Ruby Library To Enhance And Speed Up Script/Exploit Writing For CTF Players

A library to enhance and speed up script/exploit writing for CTF players (or security researchers, bug bounty hunters, pentesters but mostly focused on CTF) by patching the String class to add a short syntax of usual code patterns. The philosophy is also to keep the library to be pure ruby (no dependencies) and not toRead More

Bento – A Minimal Fedora-Based Container For Penetration Tests And CTF With The Sweet Addition Of GUI Applications

A bento (弁当, bentō) is a single-portion take-out or home-packed meal of Japanese origin. Bento Toolkit is a simple and minimal docker container for penetration testers and CTF players. It has the portability of Docker with the addition of X, so you can also run GUI application (like burp). Prerequisites To run bento you needRead More

CTFTOOL – Interactive CTF Exploration Tool

An Interactive CTF Exploration ToolThis is ctftool, an interactive command line tool to experiment with CTF, a little-known protocol used on Windows to implement Text Services. This might be useful for studying Windows internals, debugging complex issues with Text Input Processors and analyzing Windows security.It is possible to write simple scripts with ctftool for automatingRead More

InjuredAndroid – A Vulnerable Android Application That Shows Simple Examples Of Vulnerabilities In A CTF Style

A vulnerable Android application with ctf examples based on bug bounty findings, exploitation concepts, and pure creativity. Setup for a physical device Download injuredandroid.apk from Github Enable USB debugging on your Android test phone. Connect your phone and your pc with a usb cable. Install via adb. adb install injuredandroid.apk. Note: You need to useRead More

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