This is my last box out of 42 boxes for OSCP preparation. I am doing my best learning and mastering the key skills for my upcoming OSCP exams by writing this series of blogs. So here is the list of TJ_Null’s OSCP like VMs (those in green colour) that I have been working on.


This is my 41st box out of 42 boxes for OSCP preparation. I am doing my best learning and mastering the key skills for my upcoming OSCP exams by writing this series of blogs. So let’s begin.

Reconnaissance

Run the nmapAutomator script to enumerate open ports and services running on those ports.

./nmapAutomater 10.10.10.74 All
  • All: Runs all the scans consecutively (~20–30 minutes)

We get the back the following result:

Running all scans on 10.10.10.74

Host is likely running Windows
---------------------Starting Nmap Quick Scan…


This is my 40th box out of 42 boxes for OSCP preparation. I am doing my best learning and mastering the key skills for my upcoming OSCP exams by writing this series of blogs. So let’s begin.

Reconnaissance

Run the nmapAutomator script to enumerate open ports and services running on those ports.

./nmapAutomater 10.10.10.116 All
  • All: Runs all the scans consecutively (~20–30 minutes)

We get the back the following result:

Running all scans on 10.10.10.116…


This is my 39th box out of 42 boxes for OSCP preparation. I am doing my best learning and mastering the key skills for my upcoming OSCP exams by writing this series of blogs. So let’s begin.

Reconnaissance

Run the nmapAutomator script to enumerate open ports and services running on those ports.

./nmapAutomater 10.10.10.95 All
  • All: Runs all the scans consecutively (~20–30 minutes)

We get the back the following result:

Running all scans on 10.10.10.95Host is likely running Windows---------------------Starting Nmap Quick Scan---------------------Starting Nmap 7.80 ( https://nmap.org ) at 2020-09-12 21:12 +08
Nmap scan report for 10.10.10.95
Host is up (0.013s…


This is my 38th box out of 45 boxes for OSCP preparation. I am doing my best learning and mastering the key skills for my upcoming OSCP exams by writing this series of blogs. So let’s begin.

Reconnaissance

Run the nmapAutomator script to enumerate open ports and services running on those ports.

./nmapAutomater 10.10.10.93 All
  • All: Runs all the scans consecutively (~20–30 minutes)

We get the back the following result:

Running all scans on 10.10.10.93Host is likely running Windows---------------------Starting Nmap Quick Scan---------------------Starting Nmap 7.80 ( https://nmap.org ) at 2020-09-12 07:39 +08
Warning: 10.10.10.93 giving up on port because retransmission…


This is my 37th box out of 45 boxes for OSCP preparation. I am doing my best learning and mastering the key skills for my upcoming OSCP exams by writing this series of blogs. So let’s begin.

Reconnaissance

I found a new way to perform recon using an automated Nmap script called nmapAutomator. Please feel free to check it out here.

./nmapAutomater 10.10.10.82 All
  • All: Runs all the scans consecutively (~20–30 minutes)

We get the back the following result:

Running all scans on 10.10.10.82…


This is my 36th box out of 42 boxes for OSCP preparation. I am doing my best learning and mastering the key skills for my upcoming OSCP exams by writing this series of blogs. So let’s begin.

Reconnaissance

As usual, run a full TCP scan.

nmap -sC -sV -O -p- -oA nmap/full 10.10.10.11
  • -sC: Default Nmap script
  • -sV: Service/version info
  • -O: Enable OS detection
  • -oA: Output scan results in 3 different formats
  • -p-: Scan all ports from 1–65535

We get the back the following result:

  • Port 135: — Running Microsoft RPC.
  • Port 8500: — Running fmtp.
  • Port 49154: — Running Microsoft…


This is my 35th box out of 42 boxes for OSCP preparation. I am doing my best learning and mastering the key skills for my upcoming OSCP exams by writing this series of blogs. So let’s begin.

Reconnaissance

As usual, run a full TCP scan.

nmap -sC -sV -O -p- -oA nmap/full 10.10.10.14
  • -sC: Default Nmap script
  • -sV: Service/version info
  • -O: Enable OS detection
  • -oA: Output scan results in 3 different formats
  • -p-: Scan all ports from 1–65535

We get the back the following result:

  • Port 80: — Running HTTP service, Microsoft IIS httpd 6.0.
Nmap scan report for 10.10.10.14
Host is…

This is my 34th box out of 42 boxes for OSCP preparation. I am doing my best learning and mastering the key skills for my upcoming OSCP exams by writing this series of blogs. So let’s begin.

Reconnaissance

As usual, run a full TCP scan.

nmap -sC -sV -O -p- -oA nmap/full 10.10.10.15
  • -sC: Default Nmap script
  • -sV: Service/version info
  • -O: Enable OS detection
  • -oA: Output scan results in 3 different formats
  • -p-: Scan all ports from 1–65535

We get the back the following result:

  • Port 80: — Running HTTP service, Microsoft IIS httpd 6.0.
Nmap scan report for 10.10.10.15
Host is…


This is my 33rd box out of 42 boxes for OSCP preparation. I am doing my best learning and mastering the key skills for my upcoming OSCP exams by writing this series of blogs. So let’s begin.

Reconnaissance

As usual, run a full TCP scan.

nmap -sC -sV -O -p- -oA nmap/full 10.10.10.9
  • -sC: Default Nmap script
  • -sV: Service/version info
  • -O: Enable OS detection
  • -oA: Output scan results in 3 different formats
  • -p-: Scan all ports from 1–65535

We get the back the following result:

  • 80: — Running HTTP service, Microsoft IIS httpd 7.5
  • 135: — Running Microsoft Windows RPC
  • 49154

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