Offical URL: https://midnightsunctf.se/

WHY Midnight Sun CTF The Midnight Sun CTF started as a common interest between Networked Systems Security (NSS) group at KTH, CTF Team HackingForSoju and Saab to promote the cyber security eco-system in the Stockholm region. This is why we connect the Midnight Sun CTF to the CyberSecurity and Privacy (CySeP) summer school and plan to have them each June together. WHEN and WHERE The final event is in June (15th-16th) in Stockholm, Sweden, with the online qualifier in April (6th-7th). The final event is hosted by the NSS group at the premises of the School of EECS at the main KTH campus, right after the end of CySeP. The exact date for the qualifier is: 2018-04-05 16:00:00 UTC - 2018-04-06 16:00:00 UTC. Supported categories are: Pwnable, Reverse, Web, Crypto, Misc.

CTF events

NameWeight
Midnight Sun CTF 2019 Finals37.00
Midnight Sun CTF 2019 Quals37.00
Midnight Sun CTF 2018 Finals25.00
Midnight Sun CTF 2018 Quals24.88
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