Nmap, short for network mapper, is an open source security tool for network exploration, security scanning and auditing. It was originally written by Gordon Lyon AKA Fyodor, firstly published in September 1997 in a Phrack Magazine, with included source code.
Today we're going to try and complete another challenge from Vulnhub, called 64Base. There are two objectives: the main one is to steal the plans for the Death Star before it's too late, and secondary quest consits of collecting all 6 flags. So without further suppression, let's jump in!
The first Enigma machine was discovered by Arthur Scherbius, German engineer who acquired the patent in 1918. Name of this device originated from Greek word - riddle. It was used commercially from the early 1920s, and was also adopted by the military and governmental services of a number of nations — most famously German Army. Communication during those days was sent over radio which means that everyone could easily listen. But at that moment no one could spy on Nazi messages - Scherbius' Enigma provided them with the strongest cryptographic cipher of the world.
What about another challenge in reverse engineering? Anywhere, anytime!
Another month, another challenge, next part of OverTheWire's Narnia wargames. Unfortunately lack of time, made it impossible for me to publish anything sooner. Sorry for that!