SMS/Text Spam Script

A friend of mine came to me in urgent need of annoying someone. This was an easy “yes” for me. Having the victims phone number we thought spamming the hell out of their phone would be interesting. I found many programs that would send texts via interface and or simple programs. What I could not... Continue Reading →

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Programming From The Ground Up Chapter 4

Chapter 4 Know the Concepts 1) What are primitives? Primitives are the basics which everything else is built off of. These are operations provided by the system as you simply would not be able to write certain functions without primitives. 2) What are calling conventions? Calling conventions describe how functions expect to get and receive... Continue Reading →

Poison HackTheBox Notes

As I continue to post my notes for retired boxes you will likely notice a drastic increase in detail. A few boxes were completed when I was just getting into cyber security and since then I have learned a lot in regards to documentation. Simply based off of the name here we can determine this... Continue Reading →

Celestial HackTheBox Notes

This box isn’t too bad and was actually pretty educational. First we started off with an nmap scan, noticing only one port open “3000”. Using the flag -sV we can use banner grabbing to determine what service is running on the port. We then found out it was node.js and a web host. So we... Continue Reading →

Programming From The Ground Up Chapter 2

Chapter 2: Know The Concepts 1) Describe the fetch-execute cycle. Also known as an instruction cycle or fetch-decode-execute cycle is the basic operational process of a computer. The process consists of the computer retrieving a program instruction from its memory; it then determines what actions the instruction contains. Lastly, it will execute the cycle. The... Continue Reading →

Valentine HackTheBox Notes

Valentine This box consists of a fair amount of rabbit holes that I will just ignore for the most part to avoid this report being super long.   The first thing I always do is run an nmap scan. I found 3 open ports, http, https, and ssh. This is great, web servers are fun.... Continue Reading →

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