We covered another scenario of exploiting a binary vulnerable to buffer overflow. This scenario presented a binary that takes user input and compares it to three predetermined strings based on which the binary will either store byte input into a defined memory address, allow the user to store 48 bytes into a variable whose size is 16 byte and lastly execute a system call to return the date. We exploited the BOF by creating a ROP chain that consists of first the offset, next the gadget address, third a memory address that we can control and store /bin/sh and lastly the memory address of the system call. This was part of HackTheBox HTB-Console Intro to binary exploitation track.. This was part of HackTheBox HTB-Console Intro to Binary Exploitation track.