The 3D Design students have been boasting about how they can trade sensitive information without anyone ever knowing. You’ve intercepted one of their USB’s and found this interesting file. Figure out what the hell is going on.
Download Link: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0Bw7N3lAmY5PCTWg5YU1uNUk3cmc/view?usp=sharing
-Your friendly neighborhood httpster
The archive attached to this challenge -
forensics200.zip - contains file
forensics200.obj. A quick look inside indicates that it is a Blender file:
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 # Blender v2.78 (sub 0) OBJ File: '' # www.blender.org mtllib forensics200.mtl o def_not_the_flag_Text.002 v 2.131841 14.053224 -7.976235 v 1.879015 13.982867 -7.720026 ...
The file does not seem to contain any other clues, so let’s install Blender and open the file in it. When the file is loaded we see a 3D model of a Stegosaurus:
So far there is nothing interesting so let’s explore a little. As we move around the model using navigation keys we finally see flag
RC3-2016-St3GG3rz hidden inside the Stegosaurus: