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Bridget’s Back!

Table of Contents

  1. Overview
  2. Background
  3. Find The Flag
  4. Conclusion



Bridget’s travelling the globe and found this marvellous bridge, can you uncover where she took the photo from?

NOTE: Flag is case-insensitive and requires placing inside DUCTF{} wrapper! e.g DUCTF{a_b_c_d_example}

Author: Yo_Yo_Bro

Find The Flag

In this challenge, we can download a file:

└> file BridgetsBack.jpg  
BridgetsBack.jpg: JPEG image data, JFIF standard 1.01, resolution (DPI), density 96x96, segment length 16, Exif Standard: [TIFF image data, big-endian, direntries=4, xresolution=62, yresolution=70, resolutionunit=2, 5.0.9], baseline, precision 8, 4000x2923, components 3

In this image, it shows an image of a bridge.

Hmm… Let’s use reverse image search to try to search the bridge’s location.

To do so, I’ll use Google Lens:

Oh! Golden Gate Bridge??

Let’s go to Google Maps to find the exact location of the image:

Note: Hold Shift key and drag the map to move around.

After comparing the image and the map, I found that the exact location is “H. Dana Bowers Memorial Vista Point”:


What we’ve learned:

  1. Reverse image search