The answer to the first challenge from this years CyberDiscovery Assess Competition.
The answer to the second challenge from this years CyberDiscovery Assess Competition.
The answer to the third challenge from this years CyberDiscovery Assess Competition.
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Windows stores all the wifi passwords for that machines connections in plain text. You can use the Command Line to view any of these passwords in plain text. This can be useful for recovering wifi passwords. Two commands are all it takes to dump the wifi password for your requested network.
This python script continuously opens the built in windows calculator until your computer crashes. This script can be modified to open any windows program. As if this crash file wasn’t good enough theirs only two steps including running the script.
This python script will open huge numbers of text files until your machine grinds to a halt. Two versions are included one simply opens unlimited text files whilst the other also opens and runs the same python script making the system grind to a halt even faster.
Super easy way to disable the windows mouse. Be careful doing this as you will not be able to use the mouse to reverse this once you have done it.
Cain and Abel is a password recovery tool for Microsoft Windows. It can recover many kinds of passwords using methods such as network packet sniffing, cracking various password hashes by using methods such as dictionary attacks, brute force and cryptanalysis attacks. Cain and Abel is no longer supported for Windows versions and so to use it with the latest operating systems you will need to add two dll files to your system.
I have completed the first 14 challenges on Cyberstart Assess. I will upload walk through tutorials for each challenge on the 8th of January after the first round has closed. Have a go yourself at the link below.