7 Sep 2020
So, we were thinking... Have we ever shown you around the HTB Machine content? Here it is, in numbers!
From inception until today, how many Machines does the HTB platform host? Today, September 7th, 2020, we have 177 Machines, 20 Active (as always) and 157 Retired. The best part? We have one new release every single week. One new Machine gets released as Active and one gets retired (found under Retired Machines).
Let’s start with Operating Systems! A variety of any OS you can find in a real-life environment, simulating a hacking playground for you to practise and test your skills to the max.
What about Machine Difficulty? It scales from Easy to Insane in our effort to cover all skills levels and hacking tastes:
The list of Exploit Types is looong! Why? Because we try to add as much hacking content as possible, covering almost everything you may face in your hacking journey/career and real-life assessments. Some of them are more challenging, some are more easy to exploit, but all of them are useful and crucial in keeping your skills sharp and being on top of your hacking game. So, let’s speak with numbers:
What kind of Exploit Languages will you use for your attacks while working on HTB Machines? The answer is almost everything!
And the Attack Entry Point? Well what can we do, most machines start with a web exploit but that’s not limited there because after the entry point the attack paths vary!
Ready to master the art of hacking?
Hack The Box Team