Linux Hacking: ROT13, Hexdump, SSH Private Keys | Bandit: OverTheWire (Levels 11-14)



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10 thoughts on “Linux Hacking: ROT13, Hexdump, SSH Private Keys | Bandit: OverTheWire (Levels 11-14)

  1. On Level 11 I think you were supposed to use "tr" for the rotation… *g*. Level 12: The "f at the end of tar command" is because while x and v are "parameterless" tar commands/options, f is use to specify the archive. If you want to use another order, you actually can, but not in the shortened version with all the options clustered together. Since "tar xvf foo.tar " is just short for "tar -x -v -f foo.tar", an alternative use of "tar xf foo.tar -v" should work fine on most systems. Or "tar -x -f foo.tar -v", for that matter.
    I enjoy both the content on your channel and XKCD. Came here by suggestion of LiveOverflow, btw. Keep up the good work!

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