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Top 5 Hackmes in February 2015

Here are the Top 5 Hackme challenges started by users in February 2015. Based on the list, we have a new entry which is the Break the Number Challenge.

Hack.me offers fun and challenging scenarios to test your web application security skills. With a free-for-all lab, you can hack various scenarios and challenges. Check out the list below!


February 2015 Top 5 Hackme Challenges

#1 easy to get started

Description: this is for the script kiddies and wannabe’s. Read more here: easy to get started

#2 U-Hack-It Basic Exploits Tutorial

Description: U-Hack-It is a set of beginner tutorials to demonstrate how poor web programming practices expose serious security vulnerabilities to would-be hackers, including SQL injection, XSS, and session hijacking. Read more here: U-Hack-it Basic Exploits Tutorial.

#3 SQL Injection – Data Verification Fail

Description: A special friend wants you to locate the private members of a gaming clan his team is supposed to compete with next month in hopes to do some spying and see what the other team is all about…but first he needs to find out who they are. Read more here: SQL Injection – Data Verification Fail

#4 Break the Number

Description: Submit key in http://game.rop.sh/task. Read more here: Break the Number

#5 Simple Directory Traversal

Description: This challenge can be used for Code Injections, Direct Dynamic Code Evaluation, Directory Traversal’s etc…but was originally designed for you to make DT request variations to find and read the hidden “passwd” file on this website’s server that got left behind by the developers during the clean-up process. Read more here: Simple Directory Traversal

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