On entering Hermey Hall, I am greeted by SugarPlum Mary:


Oh me oh my - I need some help!

I need to review some files in my Linux terminal, but I can't get a file listing.

I know the command is ls, but it's really acting up.

Do you think you could help me out? As you work on this, think about these questions:

  1. Do the words in green have special significance?
  2. How can I find a file with a specific name?
  3. What happens if there are multiple executables with the same name in my $PATH?

Terminal Challenge Linux Path


Oh there they are! Now I can delete them. Thanks!

Have you tried the Sysmon and EQL challenge?

If you aren't familiar with Sysmon, Carlos Perez has some great info about it.

Haven't heard of the Event Query Language?

Check out some of Ross Wolf's work on EQL or that blog post by Josh Wright in your badge.

All of the talks took place in Hermey Hall and this is the Speaker Agenda, which is a magnificent set of talks.

There are also doors from here to:

  1. Speaker UNpreparedness Room
  2. NetWars
  3. Laboratory