#Rabbit hole - Stego
We get an image with an onion on it and first thing we try to do is running steghide command: > steghide extract -sf rabbithole.jpg
This requires a password and the first thing I tried was onion which worked. The reason I tried this password was because there was an onion on the picture. Then I get a file called address.txt which contains: > wsqxiyhn23zdi6ia
After trying a lot of tools and comparing picture with original picture without finding anything, I try to google “onion address” and then I find that this could be an onion address in Tor-browser. After downloading Tor, we go to > http://wsqxiyhn23zdi6ia.onion
which gives us a page that in looks like this at top:
Next step took some time as well and after trying many encodings, base65536 worked. This gave us a zip file that contained an epub file. If we opened this epub file and looked through the pages, the flag was there in cleartext.