Cracking the Drupal-Based VulnHub CTF (DC 1): A Step-by-Step Guide

Wayne Currie recently shared an instructive blog post on Medium, detailing the process of cracking a Drupal-Based VulnHub CTF (DC 1). In the comprehensive guide, Currie breaks down the steps into six distinct phases. 

The first step involves Discovering Host, where readers are guided through the process of finding the IP address of the host. Subsequently, the focus shifts to Scanning Host, where participants learn to scan the host and identify its open ports and services. The third step, Exploiting Drupal, delves into exploiting vulnerabilities within the Drupal system. 

Following this, readers are guided through Escalating Privileges to gain higher-level access. Gaining Root Access marks the fifth step, before concluding with the final step, Final Flag, wherein participants navigate to the root directory, list files and directories, ultimately discovering 'thefinalflag.txt'.

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