"Cymmetria’s MazeRunner platform lets you dominate an attacker’s movements from the very beginning and lead them to a monitored deception network."

    I really like this product but after my first installation, I felt like I sort of rushed the process and I wanted to start over again.  With a fresh install, I headed over to the Responder monitor.  For those of you unfamiliar with Responder.py, it's wicked fun if you're an attacker, and not so much fun if you're a defender.

    The other day, a friend asked if I was on HacktheBox and I was reminded that I'd been absent for a while.  Apparently, they are cranking out a new box every week which could be good or bad -- I'm not really sure.  While looking for something to write, I thought I'd take on one of their retired boxes and that would solve two "needs" simultaneously.  

    This box was interesting mostly because of the hunt for the exploit to gain a foothold on the system.  From there, it was trial and error as to which technique would work for a particular task.  After that, root was easy.

    First, we kick off with Nmap:

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