Rating: 1.5

`We've identified a malicious troll who may be linked to a ransomware-esque virus. They've been making posts using the hashtag "#shrive". For now, just sift through the irrelevant junk and try to find another one of their accounts.`
Twitter primarily uses hashtags, so we search #shrive on there first. Results in latest show us ![this](https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Happygator/CTF/master/b01lersCTF/Twitter.png).
This V760DHM person looks suspicious, as free malware removal is a common method for trojans to get into a system.
Scrolling through their history, we find [this tweet](https://twitter.com/V760DHM/status/1311551737380179968) which links to an imgur post. ![imgur post](https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Happygator/CTF/master/b01lersCTF/Imgur.PNG). The account has the same name, and so we investiagte that.
There are only two posts![two posts](https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Happygator/CTF/master/b01lersCTF/Imgur.PNG) under this account. Looking at the trollface post, we find ![the flag](https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Happygator/CTF/master/b01lersCTF/Flag.png) in the comments.
flag: `flag{shu7_up_4nd_d4nc3_G5jM30}`

Original writeup (https://github.com/Happygator/CTF/blob/master/b01lersCTF/TrollHunt.md).