Linux / amd64
Pull the container to your local machine.
docker pull nvcr.io/nvidia/product-security/mintnv:v5
Run the container, exposing ports 22 and 80. The environment can be accessed at
docker run -p 22:22 -p 80:80 -dt --rm --hostname mintnv.ctf nvcr.io/nvidia/product-security/mintnv:v5
You can ensure that the container is running with
You can connect from the container to your host machine at
MintNV is a vulnerable environment that showcases how an adversary can bypass defensive Machine Learning (ML) mechanisms to compromise a host. It has the following features:
This educational exercise was created to give hands-on experience attacking ML applications. The user is expected to take on the role of an attacker to learn skills in the following areas:
|Foothold||Machine Learning, Web exploitation,
Chaining vulnerabilities, Enumeration
|Privesc 1||Networking Protocols, Enumeration|
|Privesc 2||Administrative functions, Enumeration|
You can access a guided learning document for MintNV from the environment itself.
MintNV is a bridge between AI/ML researchers and cybersecurity professionals throughout the ML landscape. It enables the offensive security community to practice adversarial ML techniques. While anyone may attempt it, the target audiences are:
We hope that this contribution to the community inspires more creations of this kind.
We recommend running the educational exercise in a safe environment without outside internet connection.
MintNV is an unpatched environment. You can access a list of CVEs this environment is vulnerable to by following these steps:
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We really hope you all enjoy this educational exercise. We care a lot about education within the cybersecurity community, so making these is always a pleasure.
We encourage you to hack, reverse engineer, and explore anything you want within the environment. Learn something new and share it with someone you know.
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