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Year of the Jellyfish — Write-up

Year of the Jellyfish — Write-up

TryHackMe Challenge Link: https://tryhackme.com/room/yearofthejellyfish It feels like it’s been a long time since I’ve written anything here, so it’s good to get writing again in amongst the busyness of university mixed with ZeroPoint Security’s RTO course. This post contains the official walkthrough for the latest New Year box: Year of the Jellyfish. Following on from Year of the Owl, this box is designed to be in a very similar style to the enumeration-focus of the OSCP exam (although to the…

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Learn Linux — Write-up

Learn Linux — Write-up

TryHackMe Walkthrough Link: https://tryhackme.com/room/zthlinux Learn Linux is a great introductory room from Paradox. As the name suggests, it gives a nice foundation for Linux skills. This is a walkthrough room, so I’m not going to go into a huge amount of detail about the concepts themselves — I’ll leave that in Pars’ capable hands. Instead I’m going to be focusing on the questions, and how to answer them. By this token, I will be bypassing the tasks which don’t actually…

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Unix File Permissions

Unix File Permissions

The permissions system in Unix is one of those things that you just need to understand if you’re going to work with Linux (or indeed, any other derivatives of Unix). There are already many great articles about file permissions online; however, this is a topic that I keep getting asked about, so I’m going to write it up in my own way. If you’re struggling to understand how file permissions work in Unix then hopefully this post will be of…

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