Honeynet’s Forensics challenge

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    • #7454
      dbest
      Participant

      The 11th challenge in the series is out.
      https://honeynet.org/node/829

      Deadline is May 31st.

      I think I have the first question figured out, but the rest of the packet capture is beyond my comprehension.

    • #46539
      lorddicranius
      Participant

      Cool stuff, thanks for sharing!  I’ve never heard of these challenges before.  I like that they keep the old challenges up, I’m gonna work my way through those too!

    • #46540
      Triban
      Participant

      I saw this last week, site looked fun so certainly added it to the favorites.  I was trying to dig down for some “easy” challenges to start on. 

    • #46541
      sil
      Participant

      L’autre Endroit Cellule … All I’m saying  😉

    • #46542
      sil
      Participant

      @dbest wrote:

      The 11th challenge in the series is out.
      https://honeynet.org/node/829

      Deadline is May 31st.

      I think I have the first question figured out, but the rest of the packet capture is beyond my comprehension.

      Open up the capture in Wireshark, right click on the first packet and select Follow TCP stream. In the drop down, select the second option, (181875 bytes), save that as a file named “output” If you’re on Linux, type: file output to find out what kind of file it is and go from there.

    • #46543
      dbest
      Participant

      @sil wrote:

      @dbest wrote:

      The 11th challenge in the series is out.
      https://honeynet.org/node/829

      Deadline is May 31st.

      I think I have the first question figured out, but the rest of the packet capture is beyond my comprehension.

      Thanks for the hint… time to investigate further.

      Oh and i loved the scan of the month challenges. 🙂

      Open up the capture in Wireshark, right click on the first packet and select Follow TCP stream. In the drop down, select the second option, (181875 bytes), save that as a file named “output” If you’re on Linux, type: file output to find out what kind of file it is and go from there.

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