Honeynet Project - Forensics challenge 14 - Weird Python

This is my writeup for the Honeynet Project - Forensics challenge 14 - Weird Python there were multiple SSL and HTTP connections. I initially opened the pcapng in Wireshark and saw that there were multiple SSL and HTTP connections. Rather than combing through wireshark looking at each one I went…

Choosing sync/cloud software

There's a few new computers in my circle of family - my parents just bought one and my wife's laptop and phone - and I need a better solution for backing up everything. My previous solution CFTBackup was no longer working for windows computers as they were reinstalled or replaced.…

BkPctf - Alewife

The name of the file should have given us a hint as to the nature of the problem.. but it took me a while as I just started working on it and didn't pay attention to the name (nor see the problem description text).. and of course my modus operandi…

BkPctf - Kendall

I was going to write how to solve Kendall, a "pwn" challenge, but the author posted a nice write up I probably spent a good hour and a half looking at the binary trying to see if something is exploitable (good job!) before I managed to figure out the DNS…

BkPctf - Wood Island and Orient Heights

This weekend was the Boston Key Party Ctf. There were a bunch of challenge, and my team did pretty well (top 10) even though we didn't have a lot of our regulars. Two of the problems involved signing a string "There is no need to be upset" using Elgamal signing.…