Cyber Range Updates

August 4, 2020

FIVE NEW PROBLEMS ADDED TO CYBER RANGE

Recently, the Cyber Range team added five new problems to the Cyber Range.

The first problem puts the user in the scenario of performing a physical penetration test where you have to pick a lock on an entrance to a facility:

The second problem tasks the user with connecting to a linux server and utilizing various techniques to elevate privileges to another user:

The third problem gives a task to find the flag in the root folder of a server using the link provided:

The fourth problem relates to cryptography and asks the user to decrypt the given message in order to find the flag:

The fifth and final problem tasks the user with finding the name of the type of encoding and then recovering the flag by scanning it:

Please be sure to tune back in every two weeks for five new challenges!


For more info or to get started on the Cyber Range, please visit https://www.blackhillsinfosec.com/services/cyber-range/.



July 20, 2020

Five New Problems Added to Cyber Range

Recently, the Cyber Range team added five new problems to the Cyber Range.

The first problem involves using da Vinci Crypto to reverse engineer a page to unlock a cryptex:

The second problem deals with web exploitation and focuses on finding glaring security mistakes on a website:

The third problem gives a link to a site full of binary where the user is supposed to find the flag:

The fourth problem relates to forensics and asks the user to analyze a “flash drive” to search for anything of interest:

The fifth and final problem concerns penetration testing and challenges the user to connect to a Linux server and elevate privileges to another user:

Please be sure to tune back in every two weeks for five new challenges!


For more info or to get started on the Cyber Range, please visit https://www.blackhillsinfosec.com/services/cyber-range/