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SpieledatenbankCapture the Flag (deutsch: Erobere die Flagge) ist ein Geländespiel für zwischen acht und 32 Mitspieler (notfalls auch mehr). Das Spiel wird auf einem großen Spielfeld, am besten im Wald, von zwei Teams gegeneinander gespielt. Zu Beginn wird das Spielfeld in zwei. Warum also nicht auch mit Kindern im Garten spielen? Spielleiter gesucht. Wer sich für “Capture the flag” im Garten oder auf.
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Egal, um die Capture The Flag Spiel zu drehen. - SpielebeschreibungRtl Diamond des Freevampires Das gegnerische Team so viel wie möglich mit der eigenen Teamfarbe vollmachen und die Fahne in der Mitte so oft wie möglich ins eigene Lager bringen. Capture the Flag oder Fahnenraub ist ein traditionelles Geländespiel, das im Freien gespielt wird. Dabei besitzt jede Spielpartei eine Fahne, welche durch die Gegenpartei erobert werden muss. Als Spielmodus ist es auch in vielen Computerspielen. Als Spielmodus ist es auch in vielen Computerspielen verbreitet. Inhaltsverzeichnis. 1 Spielprinzip; 2. Capture the Flag (deutsch: Erobere die Flagge) ist ein Geländespiel für zwischen acht und 32 Mitspieler (notfalls auch mehr). Bekannt ist das Spiel auch unter dem Namen “Flagge klauen” und wird ist der Modus „Capture the Flag“ (CtF) aus Computerspielen bekannt.
For example, the flag could be hidden in the leaves up in a tall tree, and the players have to see the flag, then knock it out and bring it to their base.
Different versions of Capture the Flag have different rules, both for handling the flag and for what happens to tagged players.
A player who is tagged may be eliminated from the game entirely out of the game , be forced to join the opposing team, sent back to their own territory, or be placed in "jail" with or without a guard according to the number of people in a team.
While tagged players may be confined to jail for a limited, predetermined time, the most common form of the game involves the option for a "jailbreak".
In this version, players who are tagged remain in jail indefinitely. However, players from their own team may free them from jail by means of a jailbreak.
Such action may, depending on the rules, free all jailed players  or simply those who are physically touched by the one performing the jailbreak.
But in some variants, teammates who got tagged can be jailed only 3 times, or they are kicked from the game until the next round.
In general freed players are obligated to return directly to their own territory before attempting offensive action i. While they return to their own side, freed players usually acquire "free walk-backs", in which they are safe from tagging until they reach their home territory.
The player performing the jail break, on the other hand, is neither safe, nor restricted from performing other actions such as attempting to grab the flag or generally moving about enemy territory.
Sometimes, players in jail form chains, so that if a teammate tags one person in the chain, everyone is free. Simply leaving jail without being freed is considered poor sportsmanship and is severely frowned upon, often leading to expulsion from the game.
If all players on one team are jailed meaning no teammate can free them from jail , then the other team will have all the time they want to find the other team's flag.
The rules for the handling of the flag also vary from game to game and deal mostly with the disposition of the flag after a failed attempt at capturing it.
In one variant, after a player is tagged while carrying the flag, it is returned to its original place. In another variant, the flag is left in the location where the player was tagged.
This latter variant makes offensive play easier, as the flag will tend, over the course of the game, to be moved closer to the dividing line between territories.
In some games, it is possible for the players to throw the flag to teammates. As long as the flag stays in play without hitting the ground, it is allowed for the players to pass.
When the flag is captured by one player, they're not safe from being tagged, unless they trip. Sometimes, the flag holder may not be safe at all, even in their home territory, until they obtain both flags, thus ending the game.
But they have the option to return to their own side or hand it off to a teammate who will then carry it to the other side.
In most versions, they may not throw the flag but only hand it off while running. The game is won when a player returns to their own territory with the enemy flag or both teams' flags.
Also, as a general rule, the flag carrier may not attempt to free any of their teammates from jail. Alterations may include "one flag" CTF in which there is a defensive team and an offensive team, or games with three or more flags.
In the case of the latter, one can only win when all flags are captured, not only one. Another variation is when the players put bandannas in their pockets with about six inches sticking out.
Instead of tagging your opponents, you must pull your opponent's bandanna out of their pocket. The order developed into a community of men dedicated to being teaching brothers no priests , who taught only poor boys who attended free or paid a nominal amount.
At this time, France had no public schools, and only the wealthy received an education. After early struggles, the Christian Brothers were firmly established by They became very successful, and by , at the beginning of the French Revolution, they had brothers and many schools.
During the Revolution, however, the Brothers were expelled from France, and the institute seemed to collapse New Catholic Encyclopedia , 4: A revival began in when strict rules against religious orders were relaxed.
By the Brothers regained momentum, and by they had over 10, brothers. From the time of Napoleon and throughout the nineteenth century, there was much tension between the French government and the Church, much of it centered on education Moody Much has been written on the topic, so it will be covered only briefly here.
Education at the time was elitist, and mostly in the hands of various teaching orders. After the disaster of the Franco-Prussian War, which many believed was the result of a much better educational system in German-speaking lands, the French tried to develop a system that educated all youngsters, one controlled by the state rather than by the church.
To this end, the government passed the "Ferry Laws" , which created much more control over religious orders and what and how they taught Harrigan A restrictive law against orders came into force on July 1, , but the real disaster struck with the Law of July 7, The law secularized French schools and banned education by congregations.
Within a few years, 10, religious schools in France had closed; by , all De La Salle schools were shuttered.
Many of the brothers went underground, while others moved to other countries to continue their educational mission. It was at about this time, in the early twentieth century, that Bishop Jules B.
Jeanmard asked the pastor of St. John Cathedral to establish a school for parish boys, to be staffed by the Christian Brothers.
The school opened in with grades three through eight. By , it was a high school with eleven grades, and that year the school received accreditation by the State Board of Education.
By it had expanded to include the twelfth grade. In the late s and early s most of the teachers were Christian Brothers, with only a few lay teachers.
For example, the faculty included twelve brothers, two lay teachers, and two lay coaches The Tiger's Roar 7. That is no longer the case.
In Cathedral High School merged with a nearby Catholic all-girls school, Mount Carmel; today it offers instruction for kindergarten through eighth grade, and no religious are on the staff.
I postulate that brothers of various orders with French roots introduced the game of steal-the-flag to America. Other French orders also may have introduced the game elsewhere.
It does not seem to have been played in south Louisiana religious schools that were staffed by nuns. The game as played in south Louisiana was quite similar to that mentioned in France and Canada.
The only real difference was 1 the name for the guard chien in France and "police officer" in Canada, although two of the Canadian Brothers of the Sacred Heart specifically used the word "guards" ; 2 the fact that the flag was on a stick; and 3 both stick and flag had to be carried.
Other changes were only subtle variations. Apparently the rules changed a little bit in south Louisiana, where players used a Coke bottle to hold the flag, and carried only the flag.
Also, the putatively "correct" name for the game, drapeau , made the trip to French Canada, but was changed in south Louisiana to steal-the-flag.
Given that the game was played a long way from France, where it apparently evolved, it is understandable there would be differences. But, since the game was probably introduced relatively late, by Christian Brothers who taught the game to boys first-hand, it is not surprising that the differences are so few.
If the game were really old in Louisiana, and had been handed down by young boys from one generation to the next, surely it would have evolved to be quite different.
Much like genetic codes and languages, games tend to "mutate" over time if unwritten rules are used, changing to reflect the geographical, linguistic, or situational circumstances of their players.
The fact that steal-the-flag in Louisiana differs so little from the games described by others in France or Canada argues for its relatively late introduction to south Louisiana, likely in the first part of the previous century.
Before its introduction to the Americas, there is a strong indication that steal-the-flag evolved from prisoner's base.
One indication of this is the fact that some informants mentioned that there were prisons. For example, Pautz mentioned prisons used in the game in France, and Brother Riviere mentioned that a "jail" was used in his game, and prisons are an integral part of prisoner's base.
Brother Dion explained that "king" was an advanced version of steal-the-flag, and it involved the use of prisons.
Perhaps the first versions of the game had prisons, and then rules were simplified to evolve into steal-the-flag, whereupon both versions diffused from France.
Two brothers in Canada also mentioned three guards, not one as in steal-the-flag. Perhaps the game of king had this feature. Steal-the-flag was a good game, and it's a pity that it has died out.
It was a fast, action-packed game, with much running and yelling from the sidelines. It would tire out young boys, and would teach them about risk-taking and fair play.
Exactly when the last game was played in south Louisiana will probably never be known, but it was probably soon after the middle of the twentieth century.
However, many similar older games, such as prisoner's base, also died out, and probably for the same reason--the introduction of a widespread "national" game.
Like cricket's usurpation of prisoner's base in England many decades ago, it was possibly tag football that displaced steal-the-flag at Cathedral School in Lafayette.
Baseball had very deep roots in south Louisiana, and seems to have existed side-by-side with steal-the-flag. Football, a relatively new introduction, was somewhat like steal-the-flag in that it was action-packed, was played on a field of about the same size, was played in the fall, and was evolving into a "national" sport.
It would be only natural for boys to want to play it. Even if resurrected, steal-the-flag will probably never again be popular. It is hard to imagine the game thriving in an era in which "everyone is a winner," no feelings can be hurt, and where all must be allowed to play, regardless of skill level.
This, in my opinion, would lead to many more arguments about whether someone was tagged or not. Two individuals who attended the same school as I, and were there from to , remembered playing the game.
One had only a sketchy memory of it, but the other described the game exactly as I have done in this paper.
They recall occasionally playing the game in the gym on rainy days, something I do not remember Janelle, ; Hebert, No one from the s has so far come forward to say they played the game at this school.
One must be careful about terminology, as there are other groups called "Christian Brothers" with educational missions that have roots in France.
The most important of these is the Brothers of the Sacred Heart, established in Lyon, France, in Gabriel New Catholic Encyclopedia There is also an Irish brotherhood, the "Congregation of Christian Brothers," sometimes called the "Christian Brothers" or "Irish Christian Brothers," and they too have an educational mission.
Unfortunately, the reputation of this band of Brothers was badly tarnished with proven charges of pedophilia "Sexual abuse scandal" The game is always called drapeau in French, but oddly enough in Louisiana the word drapeau is used to mean "diaper.
He stated that the only difference between boys from Nicaragua and those from southern Louisiana was that the former were notoriously quarrelsome.
So much so in fact, that he had to constantly referee, and they would even argue with him. He calls this game " ballon coups de pied ," and I believe this to be soccer, and not American football.
Having to carry a stick, and hold it high and steady, would put the runner at a disadvantage, and make it easier to tag him, as opposed to having to carry only a handkerchief.
As an example, Gibson states that in the first eighty years of the nineteenth century, "nearly successful new female orders were established, and some , women entered the religious life.
The growth of male religions orders during this time was not as impressive Gibson The French government did not strictly enforce the law, and the religious orders found ways around it.
Individuals or corporations acting for the brothers purchased many of the old schools. Brothers who remained in France quit wearing religious garb and reopened their schools as laymen, all the while maintaining many aspects of their religious life living together in community, praying together, observing poverty, not marrying, continuing obedience to superiors, and the like.
Brothers in France to this day are called "Mister," and not "Brother" Riviere Brother Riviere's comments on the clandestine religious life, and the reopening of schools, were confirmed in publications Atkin ; Curtis Like most religious orders, they have fallen on hard times.
Worldwide there were 16, brothers in , but by this number had dropped to just over , and less than half remained in educational ministry New Catholic Encyclopedia Atkin, Nicholas.
Each side will be a mirror image of the other. On each side, use the cones to mark off an area that will be the prison a circle that has a diameter of about 8 to 10 feet.
On each side, use the cones to mark off an area that will house the flag usually a 5-foot by 5-foot circle. Place the flag in the middle of this circle.
In the next step, we will craft another payload to take the reverse shell. I had to create a shell with Metasploit, which can be seen in the following screenshot.
After this, we have to start the Apache server and upload this shell on the target machine. As we can run the target machine by using the web browser, I used the wget utility to download the shell through the LFI vulnerability.
In the above screenshot, we can see that the request to download the shell was successfully executed on the server.
The numbers marked in the above screenshot are explained below. We verified the same thing by running the ls command, which can be seen in the following screenshot.
In this step, we will execute the shell on the target machine. I used the chmod command to give the executable permission to the downloaded shell, which can be seen in the following screenshot.
For that, we started the Netcat listener on port in the terminal on our system. In the above screenshot, we can see that a reverse shell is open, but it was a limited shell and our target was to take the root access of the target machine.
I decided to explore the system to find further clues. I searched directories and found a string, which looks like an encrypted string and can be seen in the following screenshot.
I copied this string and decoded it by using the Base64 decoder. It was decoded as a JWT token, which can be seen in the following screenshot.
As we have the JWT string, let us try to explore where it leads us to. I found a JWT crackertool on Github, which can be seen in the following screenshot.
I used the git clone command to download the JWT brute-force script on the target machine. After downloading the script, I executed the script, which shows the password.
It can be seen in the following screenshot. In the above screenshot, we can see that the password worked for us. We have finally got the root access on the target machine.