#12 – [missing] We arrive at the final challenge. This is the toughest flare challenge ever and rightly deserves a separate post on its own. The challenge description reads Sorry, we don’t have a challenge for you. We were hacked and we think we
#11 – covfefe.exe Wait, “covfefe”? What does that even mean? Jokes and memes aside that’s indeed the name of the binary for the 11th challenge. The task description reads: Only two challenges to go. We have some bad hombres here but you’re
#9 – remorse.ino.hex We arrive at the ninth challenge, this one is a binary for an Arduino. The challenge description says One of our computer scientists recently got an Arduino board. He disappeared for two days and then he went crazy. In his
#7 – zsud.exe The 7th one looks to be sort of a game. In fact, it’s a game of maze. The game supports a few commands. We can walk inside the maze in 6 possible directions – north, south, east, west, up and down.
Welcome back. This is the 2nd part of the 4-part write-up for Flareon 4 challenge. If you haven’t read the 1st part, you can find it here. #5 – pewpewboat.exe Challenge #5 is an x86_64 ELF although named as .exe. This is