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what-to-do (50pts, 46 solved) Forensics [Medium]

First look

We’re given a huge zip file, after extracting this, we expect it to be a memory dump.


We first try to identify what profile it is: py -2 .\vol.py -f whatodobun.bin. We find it’s Win7SP1x64.
Now we just look for files with flag: py -2 .\vol.py -f whatodobun.bin --profile=Win7SP1x64 filescan | findstr "flag" which finds:

0x000000007e1f3330     16      0 RW---d \Device\HarddiskVolume2\Users\volf\Downloads\flag.eml
0x000000007e3e5dc0     16      0 R--r-d \Device\HarddiskVolume2\Users\volf\Downloads\flag.eml
0x000000007fac6070     16      0 RW-rwd \Device\HarddiskVolume2\Users\volf\Downloads\flag.eml

Let’s dump this flag.eml:

py -2 .\vol.py -f whatodobun.bin --profile=Win7SP1x64 dumpfiles -Q 0x000000007e3e5dc0 -n -D ./

And in the extracted file is our flag, we just need to wrap it in {}: CTF{6b858a61b8074e6a8b0f5ee45bb63c88210922a5ca4c9176d4b7ea2d884ba149}