Community Rating: 4.35 / 5
The flag used to be there. But then I redacted it. Good Luck.
Nice, but honestly, if you know git, it is really easy
I'm going to drop the point value and difficulty of this challenge, thanks for the feedback. This challenge was one of our first and at this point definitely not living up to "Hard" difficulty.
Super easy if you know git, but really good for introducing git for someone the first time.
log files are very unsafe
I tried doing in by hand just by looking through files with a text editor, but that became impractical pretty quickly, so then I opened it in GitGUI and solved it in three seconds
Thx CTF ... learn something new and really useful!
Glad you learned something new!
had good fun with this one :)
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The word <strong>then</strong> bring me to _ s _ r _
thanx CTF, learned something new
thanks this is really cool
cool challenge, but it's honestly very easy if you've used git before
Fun challenge for a noob here, way to learn something new about using git
This Vuln came in our semester exam...they changed the code and asked us to debug,
Nice. About the vision and the usage of git.
Not bad. Being experienced with git, I could solve this within a matter of seconds.
wow. really cool question. Now i know a little bit about git
anyone can give me a hint??
Themes for you to think about:
1. Why is this called "Git is good"?
2. Also, what is Git?
3. What do you have in that .zip here?
And then you will get the flag =)
That was really cool and I didn't expect that I will solve that so fast ;)
piece of cake
Great introduction to GIT
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Very usefull tool is gitk :)
Wow, to much thought. just one syntx to the git command
a little bit to izi
I love it
Really nice task fro introducing git to the newbies
I didn't know Git before, but I really like this challenge.
Reading the manpage and just playing around with Git let me find the flag quite fast.
solved it in less than 30 seconds
Dont overthink. Use Git basics
help files work for this... I wouldn't consider this a medium challenge, but it's still a good challenge.
I dont understanddd lol:(
Why is this even in the Medium Section? Took me Just a sec
forgot a lot about git
the command you're looking for is git reset --hard <commit> or git checkout <commit>.
git reset --hard <commit>
git checkout <commit>
This will force people to really understand some important things about git.