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Posted on 23-02-08 20:03
Can I pm someone for help with this challenge. I'm getting no where looking around the forums and articles...maybe I'm just retarded I donno but anyway can I pm someone?
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Posted on 23-02-08 20:22
possibly look into unix commands? you have to know it to get anywhere, if you haven't beat basic 6 not such a good idea to try rooting challenges yet


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Posted on 23-02-08 20:35
yes I have beaten basic 6 with a bit of trouble

I'll let you know what I've done through a pm if you want
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Posted on 23-02-08 22:26
Ok then. *May contain spoilers*

Well first I used nmap>** given to generate that huge list of things. Then I used ftp>****>** to connect to the server. Now is where I'm having the trouble. I've looked up different unix commands and figure I have to use ** to go through the directories, maybe something like ** to view a list of directories but it doesn't seem to work here, and *** to view the file. I found out the passwords are stored in /***/****** or /***/****** from using google. I also think I have to go back from the /home/ezekiel to the root and work from there. I've been told this can be done with "cd **" but it doesn't work.

This is basically what I've come up with and I'm stuck.

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Posted on 23-02-08 23:18
through pm, you almost gave it away there


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Posted on 23-02-08 23:40
Completed. Easy once I got that one little thing cleared up.