Offical URL: http://ictf.cs.ucsb.edu/

The UCSB International Capture The Flag (also known as the iCTF) is a distributed, wide-area security exercise, whose goal is to test the security skills of the participants.

The iCTF contest is organized by Prof. Giovanni Vigna of the Department of Computer Science at UCSB together with the Shellphish hacking team, and is held once a year (usually at the beginning of December).

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CTF events

NameWeight
UCSB iCTF 201725.00
UCSB iCTF 201535.00
UCSB iCTF 201442.00
UCSB iCTF 201360.00
UCSB iCTF 201270.00
UCSB iCTF 201180.00
UCSB iCTF 20100.00
UCSB iCTF 20090.00
UCSB iCTF 20080.00
UCSB iCTF 20070.00
UCSB iCTF 20060.00
UCSB iCTF 20050.00
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