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ssh firstname.lastname@example.org -p 2220
There is a git repository at ssh://bandit30-git@localhost/home/bandit30-git/repo. The password for the user bandit30-git is the same as for the user bandit30.
Clone the repository and find the password for the next level.
A little bit of Theory
Git tagging is a way to mark specific points in the history of the repository. One example would be to mark release points of the software. The command to see the tags is
git tag. To create a tag the command is
git tag -a <tag_name> -m <"tag description/message">. To see more details, like the tag message and commit, you can use the following command:
git show <tag_name>.
Start the same way as before by creating a directory, cloning the repository and checking the README.
The README does not give us any information. Checking the git tag, we find a point in the history called ‘secret’, which looks promising.
Looking at this, we find the password for the next level.
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