Thread subject: Security Override :: Bug: Some Challenges need to be corrected...

Posted by vijay4infosec on 07/30/2014 07:08:08
#1

Challenges under Privilege Escalation are not working, unable to login to telnet environment, using the actual password.
The console hangs or doesn't spit any error or output if we enter the right password,


Admin please correct this issue....

Edited by vijay4infosec on 07/30/2014 07:10:07

Posted by redknight99 on 08/09/2014 05:49:09
#2

Seconded

Posted by VK on 08/15/2014 12:08:55
#3

Hey so I've been dealing with this since I joined and someone just gave me the solution..twice.

In the telnet simulator, open your browser's Web Console and enter the following JavaScript:

var userip="8.8.8.8"

Doing this before supplying the correct answer will get the course to work properly.

Posted by The Dragon on 02/20/2015 15:40:41
#4

When doing the decryption 7, I got the correct decrypted text (and tested it by encrypting it again), but still, the challenge said I did not get the correct answer. Most likely a bug, since I've seen videos of others doing the same exact thing I've done and passing.

Posted by Abhinav2107 on 02/20/2015 22:35:28
#5

Check for extra whitespaces in your answer.

Posted by Turtle in mud on 03/05/2015 17:21:23
#6

For the logic questions, are we to assume that because we get the right answer it does not mean that we will pass and that we need to find the answer that security override has chosen. I just want to know for future references, the logic questions that come to mind are the pennies and the 19 coin flips.

This is not a post saying you are wrong, I have just found some logic questions that have multiple correct answers.

Posted by Null Set on 03/06/2015 11:24:03
#7

Turtle in mud wrote:
For the logic questions, are we to assume that because we get the right answer it does not mean that we will pass and that we need to find the answer that security override has chosen. I just want to know for future references, the logic questions that come to mind are the pennies and the 19 coin flips.

This is not a post saying you are wrong, I have just found some logic questions that have multiple correct answers.


The logic questions you mentioned have exact answers.

Posted by Turtle in mud on 03/07/2015 18:54:37
#8

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So I am confused as to what you mean by exact and that is why I came to clarify.

Edited by Null Set on 03/08/2015 01:16:05

Posted by Null Set on 03/08/2015 01:17:35
#9

Turtle in mud wrote:
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So I am confused as to what you mean by exact and that is why I came to clarify.


Your answer is correct, but there's something else you need to consider. Remember, we're talking about probabilities.

Edited your answer since it gives out exactly what the answer is (well, partially).

Posted by Turtle in mud on 03/08/2015 06:32:36
#10

Ahk, cheers