When using Smbmap in your Red Team engagement, keep in mind, that Smbmap creates a random directory at the root of each SMB Share to check for write privileges, which makes it less stealthy :0

It deletes that directory afterward (when no exception is thrown).

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TryHackMe

Dig Dug is an Easy level CTF on TryHackMe. It has the following challenge description:

Oooh, turns out, this 10.10.149.70 machine is also a DNS server! If we could dig into it, I am sure we could find some interesting records! But... it seems weird, this only responds to a special type of request for a givemetheflag.com domain?

After running the following dig command, I was able to retrieve the flag.

dig @10.10.149.70 givemetheflag.com

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Rabbit

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