Level 0

Just login via ssh

Level 1

The password for Century2 is the build version of the instance of PowerShell installed on this system.

We can get it with the powershell env variable $PSVersionTable

Answer: 10.0.14393.3866

Level 2

The password for Century3 is the name of the built-in cmdlet that performs the wget like function within PowerShell PLUS the name of the file on the desktop. LOWERCASE

Creds: Century3:invoke-webrequest443

Level 3

The password for Century4 is the number of files on the desktop.

Creds: Century4:123

Level 4

The password for Century5 is the name of the file within a directory on the desktop that has spaces in its name.

NOTE: The password will be lowercase no matter how it appears on the screen.

Creds: Century5:61580

Level 5

The password for Century6 is the short name of the domain in which this system resides in PLUS the name of the file on the desktop.

NOTE:

  • If the short name of the domain is “blob” and the file on the desktop is named “1234”, the password would be “blob1234”.
  • The password will be lowercase no matter how it appears on the screen.

Creds: Century6:underthewire3347

Level 6

The password for Century7 is the number of folders on the desktop.

Creds: Century7:197

Level 7

The password for Century8 is in a readme file somewhere within the contacts, desktop, documents, downloads, favorites, music, or videos folder in the user’s profile.

NOTE: The password will be lowercase no matter how it appears on the screen.

Creds: Century8:7points

Level 8

The password for Century9 is the number of unique entries within the file on the desktop

Creds: Century9:696

Level 9

The password for Century10 is the 161st word within the file on the desktop.

NOTE: The password will be lowercase no matter how it appears on the screen.

Creds: Century10:pierid

Level 10

The password for Century11 is the 10th and 8th word of the Windows Update service description combined PLUS the name of the file on the desktop.

NOTE:

  • The password will be lowercase no matter how it appears on the screen.
  • If the 10th and 8th word of the service description is “apple” and “juice” and the name of the file on the desktop is “88”, the password would be “applejuice88”.

Since the get-service does not have a member (via get-member) for the description, i needed to google

Creds: Century11:windowsupdates110

Level 11

The password for Century12 is the name of the hidden file within the contacts, desktop, documents, downloads, favorites, music, or videos folder in the user’s profile.

NOTE:

  • Exclude “desktop.ini”.
  • The password will be lowercase no matter how it appears on the screen.

Creds: Century12:secret_sauce

Level 12

The password for Century13 is the description of the computer designated as a Domain Controller within this domain PLUS the name of the file on the desktop.

NOTE:

  • The password will be lowercase no matter how it appears on the screen.
  • If the description “today_is” and the file on the desktop is named “_cool”, the password would be “today_is_cool”.

Creds: Century13:i_authenticate_things

Level 13

The password for Century14 is the number of words within the file on the desktop.

Creds: Century14:755

Level 14

The password for Century15 is the number of times the word “polo” appears within the file on the desktop.

NOTE:

  • You should count the instances of the whole word only..

Well, for this i needed google

Creds: Century15:158

Level 15

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