Thu, 24 May 2012, 10:00 UTC — Fri, 25 May 2012, 17:00 UTC 


Amsterdam, Netherlands

HITB CTF Amsterdam event.

Format: Attack-Defense Attack-Defense

Official URL:

Future weight: 40.00 

Rating weight: 40.00 

Event organizers 

Capture the Flag – Bank0verflow will for the VERY FIRST TIME featuring a collaborative effort between the CTF Crew and

It will also be the first time is organising an Attack & Defense game, it will be similar to the CTF in HitbSecConf 2010 in Malaysia. Teams of 3 will have a set of daemons, services and web applications running on their machines and they need to exploit rival teams’ to get their flags. Submit the flag to obtain offensive points. Keep your daemons up and running to obtain defensive points.

For this game, every team will own a bank and will start with the same amount of money in the bank. Teams need to acquire spies to infiltrate rival banks to score offensive points. To obtain defensive points teams just need to keep their utilities up.

If a team reaches 0 euro before the game ends, the team is considered disqualified.


- Laptops
- A network switch
- Network cables
- Extra power sockets.

The game will run through out the 2 days of the conference, starting from 10am – 5pm each day. Each team is limited to a maximum of 3 people. At the end of the day there can only be the top 3 winners.

- No flooding and/or DoS attack. Players will be penalized by disqualification, points deduction or time penalty.
- No harassment of other opponents.
- All participants must obey PIT STOP calls. PIT STOP calls are rest intervals where all players must leave the game area to facilitate for the CtF judges to update the score, and/or do maintenance work etc.


8 teams total

PlaceTeamCTF pointsRating points
1 More Smoked Leet Chicken 2025349.00080.000
2 SiBears 1110599.00041.934
3 Vubar1 1028006.00033.636
4 MediaMonks 717599.00024.172
5 Vubar4 632598.00020.494
6 C.o.P 386243.00014.295
7 Vubar3 322346.00012.081
8 vubar 247262.0004.942
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