TryHackMe Content Discovery Walkthrough

  • What is the Content Discovery method that begins with M?
  • What is the Content Discovery method that begins with A?
  • What is the Content Discovery method that begins with O?
  • What is the directory in the robots.txt that isn’t allowed to be viewed by web crawlers?
  • What framework did the favicon belong to?
  • What is the path of the secret area that can be found in the sitemap.xml file?
  • What is the flag value from the X-FLAG header?
  • What is the flag from the framework’s administration portal?
  • What Google dork operator can be used to only show results from a particular site?
  • What online tool can be used to identify what technologies a website is running?
  • What is the website address for the Wayback Machine?
  • What is Git?
  • What URL format do Amazon S3 buckets end in?
  • What is the name of the directory beginning “/mo….” that was discovered?
  • What is the name of the log file that was discovered?

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