The purpose of this blog is to create content relating to offensive security. This includes topics or concepts that I am working on or learning about as well as vulnerable system walkthroughs (HackTheBox, CyberSecLabs, TryHackMe). Additionally, I will post current events and vulnerabilities as they are released. My hope is to be able to add my perspective and contribute to the cybersecurity community.

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I’ve been reading up on this as I prepare for my OSCP certification – there is no shortage of different attack vectors and chaining of exploits when it comes to getting ready. One of these is Local File Inclusion (LFI). Please note that this can apply to different platforms but for this blog post, weContinue reading “LFI to RCE”

SQL Authentication Bypass

No credentials? No problem! …well, maybe. If a web application is vulnerable to SQL injection (SQLi), you may be able to bypass authentication. A typical SQL query is like the following: SELECT * FROM table WHERE username = ‘bob’ AND password = ‘Str0ngP@ssw0rd!’; Usually you can start to test for the existence of this vulnerabilityContinue reading “SQL Authentication Bypass”

Enumeration is cyclical

Many say it – methodology is important–if not critical! In this post I’ll quickly cover the hacking phases but what’s more paramount to success is being cyclical in your process. What the typical hacking methodology looks like: Recon Enumeration and Scanning Exploitation (Foothold then Privilege Escalation) Persistence Covering Tracks Lateral Movement This is a greatContinue reading “Enumeration is cyclical”

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