VulnHub Relevant Walkthrough – More WordPress Exploitation
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VulnHub Relevant Walkthrough – Introduction
If you haven’t read my last walkthrough, then I can recommend it.
This time, it’s Relevant by iamv1nc3nt, which you can download here.
VulnHub Relevant Walkthrough – Conclusion
This was a fun box and troubleshooting the WordPress exploit was an interesting challenge.
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