#This is a quick and dirty writeup
The given file (unknown) is an ELF 64-bit LSB executable stripped .
A binary without anti-debug tricks or obfuscation .
unknown is an executable. When we run it, it returns 'Try again.'
I imported the binary file into IDAPro
then, with a top-down looking at the assembly code i noticed that the binary takes something as an argument and when we give it
an argument it returns 'Still nope.'
To find the flag we have to find the correct input .
Our assembly code show us these things :
1- len(input) == 56
2-there is a loop that encrypt our characters and check each of it with an encrypted character, if encrypt(input[i]) !=encrypt(flag[i]): mov cs:dword_603084, 1
3- if(dword_603084 ==1): failed
it can be quicky solved by a brute force attack . check my python script :)