Fri, 04 March 2016, 22:00 UTC — Sun, 06 March 2016, 22:00 UTC 

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Boston Key Party CTF event.

Format: Jeopardy Jeopardy

Official URL: http://bostonkeyparty.net/

Future weight: 60.00 

Rating weight: 60.00 

Event organizers 


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Prizes

TBD

Scoreboard

764 teams total

PlaceTeamCTF pointsRating points
1 HITCON 96.000120.000
2 b1o0p 96.00090.000
3 Plaid Parliament of Pwning 96.00080.000
4 LC↯BC 88.00070.000
5 Shellphish 87.00066.375
6 Eat, Sleep, Pwn, Repeat 82.00061.250
7 binja 82.00059.821
8 Wizards of [N|R]ops 77.00055.625
9 CyKOR 71.00051.042
10 p4 69.00049.125
11 Dragon Sector 68.00047.955
12 !SpamAndHex 67.00046.875
13 GoN 67.00046.490
14 TokyoWesterns 66.00045.536
15 DCI-ETS 66.00045.250
16 KaisHack 65.00044.375
17 Tasteless 65.00044.154
18 Mammon Machine 59.00040.208
19 Samurai 58.00039.408
20 MeePwn 55.00037.375
21 H4x0rPsch0rr 54.00036.607
22 Lab RATs 53.00035.852
23 PwnThyBytes 51.00034.484
24 khack40 51.00034.375
25 0daysober 50.00033.650
26 1064CBread 50.00033.558
27 SATELIGHT 49.00032.847
28 [Redacted] 49.00032.768
29 dcua 47.00031.444
30 Jr.ReverseLab 44.00029.500
31 9447 43.00028.810
32 DeliciousHorse 43.00028.750
33 bobteam 41.00027.443
34 CLGT 41.00027.390
35 ChocolateMakers 41.00027.339
36 b01lers 41.00027.292
37 Bushwhackers 40.00026.622
38 Identity Crisis 40.00026.579
39 int3pids 39.00025.913
40 BabyPhD 38.00025.250
41 "monads" 37.00024.588
42 Snatch The Root 35.00023.304
43 Batman's Kitchen 35.00023.270
44 .elite 34.00022.614
45 SUSlo.PAS 34.00022.583
46 ASIS 33.00021.929
47 Hanoiati 33.00021.902
48 Hacknam Style 33.00021.875
49 like_a_heron 32.00021.224
50 m1z0r3 31.00020.575
51 No Internet Access 31.00020.551
52 xil.se 31.00020.529
53 0x90r00t 31.00020.507
54 NYUSEC 31.00020.486
55 ByteShredders 29.00019.216
56 a1exdandy 28.00018.571
57 Bits For Everyone 27.00017.928
58 HackXore 27.00017.909
59 0xbadf00d 27.00017.892
60 0x8F 26.00017.250
61 STT 26.00017.234
62 defragmented brains 26.00017.218
63 du1iqvw 25.00016.577
64 CInsects 25.00016.563
65 huihui 25.00016.548
66 MV9rwGOf08 25.00016.534
67 RPISEC 24.00015.896
68 PiggyBird 24.00015.882
69 BambooFox 24.00015.870
70 BORG 23.00015.232
71 Goocha 23.00015.220
72 cyberkastike 23.00015.208
73 saarsec 23.00015.197
74 HackCat 22.00014.561
75 WE_0WN_Y0U 22.00014.550
76 OpenToAll 21.00013.914
77 morganFr33man 21.00013.904
78 Securimag 21.00013.894
79 Fear Of A Whitehat Planet 20.00013.259
80 Capture the Swag 20.00013.250
81 dodododo 20.00013.241
82 9SOC 20.00013.232
83 ALLES! 20.00013.223
84 nattypwns 19.00012.589
85 Never Stop Exploiting 19.00012.581
86 blah 18.00011.948
87 c00kies@venice 18.00011.940
88 ISITDTU 18.00011.932
89 Paul Walker's Pastel Pwnies 18.00011.924
90 Raccoons 18.00011.917
91 ravens@ms 17.00011.284
92 Vidar 17.00011.277
93 gentlemen 17.00011.270
94 LeaveRet 17.00011.263
95 eipiplus1equals0 17.00011.257
96 HackerDom 16.00010.625
97 UCL-THOR 16.00010.619
98 Darkside 16.00010.612
99 pm-hibernate 16.00010.606
100 b3nder 15.0009.975
101 Gunns and Roses 15.0009.969
102 ENOFLAG 15.0009.963
103 Internetwache 15.0009.958
104 Brutewoorse 15.0009.952
105 q86 15.0009.946
106 Invulnerable 15.0009.941
107 omakase 15.0009.936
108 xSTF 15.0009.931
109 BigGasWarship 15.0009.925
110 xeksec 14.0009.295
111 Dystopian Narwhals 14.0009.291
112 pancakes 14.0009.286
113 Vim Appreciation Society 14.0009.281
114 distcc 14.0009.276
115 TheGoonies 13.0008.647
116 Animal.OhYeah 13.0008.642
117 Ten*48 13.0008.638
118 Balsn 13.0008.633
119 lmxs 13.0008.629
120 PLUS 13.0008.625
121 HackingForSoju 13.0008.621
122 THS 13.0008.617
123 KerKerYuan 13.0008.613
124 Runlevel S 13.0008.609
125 xorfully 12.0007.980
126 momo 12.0007.976
127 PeakChaos 12.0007.972
128 atx2600 12.0007.969
129 bitbitbit 12.0007.965
130 Sigma 11.0007.337
131 FiveGuys 11.0007.333
132 Pwnladin 11.0007.330
133 molla 11.0007.326
134 System0fAPwn 11.0007.323
135 getbaddrinfo 11.0007.319
136 TyrannoKing 11.0007.316
137 DongDongE@HeXA 11.0007.313
138 ascii overflow 11.0007.310
139 seabreeze 11.0007.307
140 WeAreScientists 11.0007.304
141 squareroots 11.0007.301
142 CorpOfHack 11.0007.298
143 tsukahara 11.0007.295
144 FluxFingers 11.0007.292
145 10111 11.0007.289
146 Knightsec 11.0007.286
147 stiell 11.0007.283
148 err0r-451 11.0007.280
149 smoke leet everyday 11.0007.278
150 RingZer0 Team 11.0007.275
151 0xBU 10.0006.647
152 Neg9 10.0006.645
153 TenDollar 10.0006.642
154 TESTTEAMPLEASEIGNORE 10.0006.640
155 Shady Hats 10.0006.637
156 SoloKaput 10.0006.635
157 Honeypot 10.0006.632
158 SectorC 9.0006.005
159 irGeeks 9.0006.002
160 Helios 9.0006.000
161 Noobs4Win 9.0005.998
162 th3jackers 9.0005.995
163 meatbrigade 9.0005.993
164 n0l3ptr 9.0005.991
165 pwnerers 8.0005.364
166 brucel33t 8.0005.361
167 K17 8.0005.359
168 hexfact0r 8.0005.357
169 SomeRandomName 8.0005.355
170 SiBears 8.0005.353
171 Vegan Zombies 8.0005.351
172 CTF-infinit 8.0005.349
173 no_team_name 8.0005.347
174 nwp 8.0005.345
175 bofbof 8.0005.343
176 Fast Affine Projection 8.0005.341
177 Cyberkneuzen 8.0005.339
178 YOKARO-MON 8.0005.337
179 ForPracetice 8.0005.335
180 Hackthissite 8.0005.333
181 c21h30o2 8.0005.331
182 fufufu 7.0004.705
183 LosFuzzys 7.0004.703
184 UMD-CSEC 7.0004.701
185 efiens 7.0004.699
186 maf-ia 7.0004.698
187 SIGINT 7.0004.696
188 WCSC 7.0004.694
189 Bah Humbug 6.0004.067
190 meumeu 6.0004.066
191 )#$#)#R#RKKKGV 6.0004.064
192 UCCU 6.0004.063
193 CCCCC 6.0004.061
194 rubes 6.0004.059
195 vulnhub-ctf 6.0004.058
196 wolverines 6.0004.056
197 aloneplay 6.0004.055
198 HackNoDap 6.0004.053
199 kumchuck 6.0004.052
200 Kung Pao Chicken 6.0004.050
201 4457ad178219768e961eb916c843c7e5 6.0004.049
202 CSG 6.0004.047
203 op.rad 6.0004.046
204 Briner 6.0004.044
205 Deepsea 6.0004.043
206 kafuuChin0 6.0004.041
207 fetchAndLog 6.0004.040
208 sec0d 6.0004.038
209 0-bae 6.0004.037
210 moriraaca 6.0004.036
211 BreadSticks 6.0004.034
212 Shadow Cats 6.0004.033
213 M57 6.0004.032
214 n33dtol3arn 6.0004.030
215 latigic 6.0004.029
216 noraneco 6.0004.028
217 DOFE 6.0004.026
218 armyofnone 6.0004.025
219 Saber 6.0004.024
220 bi0s 6.0004.023
221 Yozakura 6.0004.021
222 szatan 6.0004.020
223 Thanos 6.0004.019
224 2nit 6.0004.018
225 bradp1tt 6.0004.017
226 WildWolf 6.0004.015
227 dephault 6.0004.014
228 Rdot.org 6.0004.013
229 Pes planovalgus 6.0004.012
230 VoidHack 6.0004.011
231 Calle 6.0004.010
232 Fourchette Bombe 6.0004.009
233 Hexpresso 6.0004.008
234 tlt 6.0004.006
235 Shell Shocked 5.0003.380
236 suto 5.0003.379
237 sploitfun 5.0003.378
238 Whitehatters Academy 5.0003.377
239 Alpackers 5.0003.376
240 Virink 5.0003.375
241 xmen 4.0002.749
242 janes 4.0002.748
243 Sunset 4.0002.747
244 Nu1L 4.0002.746
245 wget 4.0002.745
246 Shady.Solutions 4.0002.744
247 Execut3 4.0002.743
248 psuje 4.0002.742
249 secse 4.0002.741
250 Hell.zip 4.0002.740
251 Obscure Systems 3.0002.114
252 deadmoo 3.0002.113
253 SharLike 3.0002.112
254 KSUCDC 3.0002.111
255 Kesatria Garuda 3.0002.110
256 CSI 3.0002.109
257 w0pr 3.0002.108
258 CCSF_HACKERS 3.0002.108
259 testers 3.0002.107
260 mrx 3.0002.106
261 rays 3.0002.105
262 porpeeranut 3.0002.104
263 ReallyShadowServants 3.0002.103
264 Fishken 3.0002.102
265 veorq 3.0002.101
266 raven 3.0002.101
267 Gibdeon 3.0002.100
268 lcmafia 3.0002.099
269 Marauder's Map 3.0002.098
270 BreakPoint 3.0002.097
271 crtl 3.0002.096
272 DjigIT 3.0002.096
273 Play4Fun 3.0002.095
274 galapagos 3.0002.094
275 dc562 3.0002.093
276 PrettyPixelParty 3.0002.092
277 philosor0pters 3.0002.092
278 cruzoe 3.0002.091
279 IS☢LA 3.0002.090
280 NULLify 3.0002.089
281 AintNoParty 3.0002.089
282 DFCI 3.0002.088
283 NIS 3.0002.087
284 Slug Security 3.0002.086
285 BeaverBorg 3.0002.086
286 Hitch 3.0002.085
287 scryptkitties 3.0002.084
288 QuokkaLight 3.0002.083
289 The Eh Team 3.0002.083
290 okudo3 3.0002.082
291 4d41 3.0002.081
292 ASIS 2.00023.385
293 otterHackers 2.0001.455
294 BilkentSec 1.0000.829
295 Chrząszcz 1.0000.828
296 GNUnu 1.0000.828
297 IASL 1.0000.827
298 cRUcible 1.0000.826
299 Doublegoat 1.0000.826
300 SecKC 1.0000.825
301 alice_is_dead 1.0000.824
302 Mammon Machine 1.00041.032
303 enZyme 1.0000.823
304 aReptileDysfunction 1.0000.822
305 crayontheft 1.0000.822
306 marcsux 1.0000.821
307 r3dbE7 1.0000.820
308 OnMy0wn 1.0000.820
309 nope 1.0000.819
310 D@rk$h3ll 1.0000.819
311 infoobar 1.0000.818
312 Hackdumb 1.0000.817
313 Zenk Security 1.0000.817
314 ECX Inc. 1.0000.816
315 iridescent 1.0000.815
316 mrozinsky 1.0000.815
317 xenocidewiki 1.0000.814
318 d4rkc0de 1.0000.814
319 iSome 1.0000.813
320 Snakes 1.0000.813
321 b129b9de4cfbab9ddcbb0f0c8bd483e7 1.0000.812
322 R&D 1.0000.811
323 SwissMadeSecurity 1.0000.811
324 FraudWebs 1.0000.810
325 slacksec 1.0000.810
326 Armia Prezesa 1.0000.809
327 NrnQsr 1.0000.808
328 BobtheBuilder 1.0000.808
329 w4st3l4nd3rs 1.0000.807
330 sturdyarchdevils 1.0000.807
331 IngloriousMonkeys 1.0000.806
332 OneMember 1.0000.806
333 HoT 1.0000.805
334 MadCows 1.0000.805
335 supernarf 1.0000.804
336 virus69 1.0000.804
337 FarmingSimulator2015Game.exe 1.0000.803
338 Espacio 1.0000.803
339 P_TE 1.0000.802
340 embr4ce 1.0000.801
341 Lost_in_Security 1.0000.801
342 Hack#00F 1.0000.800
343 codebreakers 1.0000.800
344 v0rt3x 1.0000.799
345 ufty_magufty 1.0000.799
346 The Defeated 1.0000.798
347 Perun 1.0000.798
348 FailSec 1.0000.797
349 BITSkrieg 1.0000.797
350 LSE 1.0000.796
351 Hackers With Attitudes 1.0000.796
352 splarcit 1.0000.795
353 Desiprox-Team 1.0000.795
354 Binary Bandits 1.0000.794
355 can 1.0000.794
356 JonBovi 1.0000.794
357 RazDwaTrzy 1.0000.793
358 overflow.army 1.0000.793
359 Pundamentals 1.0000.792
360 n00bCTF 1.0000.792
361 Blimey M8 1.0000.791
362 Chocolate 1.0000.791
363 buscoequipo 1.0000.790
364 Phish'n'Chips 1.0000.790
365 g4mm4 1.0000.789
366 LittleBobbyTables 1.0000.789
367 pentacontagons 1.0000.788
368 tank1st99 1.0000.788
369 Future Of Europe 1.0000.788
370 UW-Madison UPL 1.0000.787
371 CyberOps 1.0000.787
372 CCQK 1.0000.786
373 Just Hit the Core 1.0000.786
374 SHSEC 1.0000.785
375 MissCalculation 1.0000.785
376 Ucorn1 1.0000.785
377 Hackademics 1.0000.784
378 hatstack 1.0000.784
379 mipt-ctf 1.0000.783
380 Ping-Pwn3d 1.0000.783
381 tomori 1.0000.782
382 DMU Hackers 1.0000.782
383 P 1.0000.782
384 0x5DC 1.0000.781
385 Free The Mallocs 1.0000.781
386 taurus 1.0000.780
387 Shaandaar_Jabardast_Zindabad 1.0000.780
388 Wolf_Pack 1.0000.780
389 MMM 1.0000.779
390 MARK 1.0000.779
391 Ulm Security Sparrows 1.0000.778
392 Gross 1.0000.778
393 ohai 1.0000.778
394 11-Digit Prime Number 1.0000.777
395 filesophers 1.0000.777
396 Jackal 1.0000.777
397 RGIE 1.0000.776
398 #bb0000#666666 1.0000.776
399 Tactical Failures 1.0000.775
400 Crimson Agents 1.0000.775
401 Section 9 1.0000.775
402 KZER 1.0000.774
403 Spam0Day 1.0000.774
404 SadFace 1.0000.774
405 bitchplz 1.0000.773
406 Super Chickens 1.0000.773
407 OverDover 1.0000.772
408 BlastX 1.0000.772
409 gustavorobertux 1.0000.772
410 Team Action Kaktus 1.0000.771
411 purpleball 1.0000.771
412 MSTUCA 1.0000.771
413 iamateam 1.0000.770
414 eRangers 1.0000.770
415 TwoSixNine 1.0000.770
416 bingobango 1.0000.769
417 svxf 1.0000.769
418 The Procrastinators 1.0000.769
419 bypass_waf 1.0000.768
420 hashtagShells 1.0000.768
421 tubangers 1.0000.768
422 RumHam 1.0000.767
423 Stack 1.0000.767
424 pwn_stars 1.0000.767
425 f60 1.0000.766
426 . 1.0000.766
427 0wn3r5 1.0000.766
428 moo 1.0000.765
429 badathacking 1.0000.765
430 Darwin Fish 1.0000.765
431 hackgyver 1.0000.764
432 Gate 1.0000.764
433 Bottom of the Bottle 1.0000.764
434 Idempotency 1.0000.763
435 The Braille Show 1.0000.763
436 The Pacman's Army 1.0000.763
437 WeLikeItInTheBackDoor 1.0000.762
438 ninjaMap 1.0000.762
439 j3rry 1.0000.762
440 Pr0_P0wn 1.0000.761
441 includ3m3 1.0000.761
442 1up 1.0000.761
443 rutrack 1.0000.760
444 low privs high hopes 1.0000.760
445 Ctrl-Alt-Delite 1.0000.760
446 blkcaptamerica1 1.0000.760
447 flamezzz 1.0000.759
448 Bombe 1.0000.759
449 Noor 1.0000.759
450 PKTeam 1.0000.758
451 406 1.0000.758
452 Nopstars 1.0000.758
453 Schrodinger-Watching Cats 1.0000.757
454 TWN 1.0000.757
455 DuckDuckPop 1.0000.757
456 buckgubbins 1.0000.757
457 3Gerbils 1.0000.756
458 HumanCurse 1.0000.756
459 bicycle_overdrive 1.0000.756
460 Und3rSt4nd 1.0000.755
461 Ida10-2016 1.0000.755
462 Dojo0x01 1.0000.755
463 Asuwiel 1.0000.755
464 sandatindo 1.0000.754
465 hy0n 1.0000.754
466 x300 1.0000.754
467 SeaCreatures 1.0000.753
468 WTFIsLyfe 1.0000.753
469 hama 1.0000.753
470 v1d 1.0000.753
471 NoDragon 1.0000.752
472 minhty123 1.0000.752
473 yakinikyuu 1.0000.752
474 Avidya 1.0000.752
475 Cafelinux 1.0000.751
476 S^2_Orz 1.0000.751
477 Indigo02 1.0000.751
478 feifeirun 1.0000.751
479 g0tiu5a 1.0000.750
480 Kagashin 1.0000.750
481 UTSA RED TEAM 1.0000.750
482 PeterPEN 1.0000.749
483 Team-StianB 1.0000.749
484 Delusions of Grandeur 1.0000.749
485 Wild Weezy 1.0000.749
486 gator 1.0000.748
487 Lollipop 1.0000.748
488 [censored] 1.0000.748
489 fistful_of_bits 1.0000.748
490 ukk1337 1.0000.747
491 sudo_win 1.0000.747
492 cpaw 1.0000.747
493 nevergonawin 1.0000.747
494 Silence of the Lambdas 1.0000.746
495 Razzle's Pie Club 1.0000.746
496 Rootmont 1.0000.746
497 ****** 1.0000.746
498 Not_Yon_Yonovich 1.0000.745
499 CyberTeam6 1.0000.745
500 Roblox Dragon 1.0000.745
501 e11even 1.0000.745
502 PickledMasters 1.0000.745
503 rhagodessa 1.0000.744
504 Team Sportsball 1.0000.744
505 wxtel 1.0000.744
506 SlurmSodaClub 1.0000.744
507 NoneN 1.0000.743
508 Insanity 1.0000.743
509 Colonial Marmoset 1.0000.743
510 Da Vinci 1.0000.743
511 ImaOneManArmy 1.0000.742
512 Aggie Coders 1.0000.742
513 GrayOneday_solo 1.0000.742
514 Awesome 1.0000.742
515 HackersInPajamas 1.0000.742
516 justplay 1.0000.741
517 lmstz 1.0000.741
518 Spiderland 1.0000.741
519 DiGIMON 1.0000.741
520 INCONCEIVABLE 1.0000.740
521 FHSU-ATSO 1.0000.740
522 jff 1.0000.740
523 Eash 1.0000.740
524 Cyber_Punk 1.0000.740
525 ZeroPointer 1.0000.739
526 Zonda 1.0000.739
527 Rõnins 1.0000.739
528 sherl0ck 1.0000.739
529 merc 1.0000.738
530 ArrBas 1.0000.738
531 Zhiend 1.0000.738
532 kopipacket 1.0000.738
533 flack3r 1.0000.738
534 JAV 1.0000.737
535 Lee2 1.0000.737
536 icarusbit 1.0000.737
537 riimad 1.0000.737
538 Psico 1.0000.737
539 sprinkl 1.0000.736
540 ckm 1.0000.736
541 Testers88 1.0000.736
542 L0ne_1 1.0000.736
543 1kkyuu3 1.0000.735
544 Yamagi.com 1.0000.735
545 b0tch_sec 1.0000.735
546 uiuctf 1.0000.735
547 Sons of LibreKey 1.0000.735
548 d3ad5hips 1.0000.734
549 w33t34m 1.0000.734
550 sutechCTF 1.0000.734
551 b1n4ry4rms 1.0000.734
552 wight 1.0000.734
553 CeasarsHome 1.0000.733
554 dude 1.0000.733
555 aegis 1.0000.733
556 Ondas 1.0000.733
557 NUSGreyhats 1.0000.733
558 objEEdump 1.0000.733
559 dwigtsr00t 1.0000.732
560 OPT 1.0000.732
561 haX_pack 1.0000.732
562 hungry hippos 1.0000.732
563 s0h3ck 1.0000.732
564 Guesstimation 1.0000.731
565 embrb@ 1.0000.731
566 CND_JMP 1.0000.731
567 Glidermed 1.0000.731
568 seiyakyokai 1.0000.731
569 deadc0de 1.0000.730
570 imcu 1.0000.730
571 mau5 1.0000.730
572 Enemy Behind Proxy Lines 1.0000.730
573 marimari 1.0000.730
574 whoamiii 1.0000.730
575 stitch 1.0000.729
576 bitshift3r 1.0000.729
577 cazador 1.0000.729
578 dachtuer 1.0000.729
579 ff 1.0000.729
580 BadBurrito 1.0000.728
581 k248 1.0000.728
582 Ba Sing Sec 1.0000.728
583 ekse 1.0000.728
584 sbs 1.0000.728
585 kaz 1.0000.728
586 HungryCaterpillar 1.0000.727
587 ByteBandits 1.0000.727
588 blacksec 1.0000.727
589 hikhiks 1.0000.727
590 t3h_w1zz4rd5 1.0000.727
591 mephi4 1.0000.727
592 Ops:code 1.0000.726
593 SCAUSEC 1.0000.726
594 CUBESEC 1.0000.726
595 zhp 1.0000.726
596 Aggie Coder 1.0000.726
597 lavada 1.0000.726
598 mdadm 1.0000.725
599 ProbablyBad 1.0000.725
600 PeaceMakers 1.0000.725
601 invincible 1.0000.725
602 PineApple777 1.0000.725
603 zexec1 1.0000.725
604 0x34044 1.0000.724
605 KernelPanic 1.0000.724
606 RealDealz 1.0000.724
607 I Like Trains 1.0000.724
608 CAT-Security 1.0000.724
609 United Exploit Directorate 1.0000.724
610 tawaba 1.0000.723
611 Playfair2k16 1.0000.723
612 WhatTheSheep 1.0000.723
613 Starter_bla 1.0000.723
614 hyn 1.0000.723
615 spadesquad 1.0000.723
616 J4ckFi5h!!! 1.0000.722
617 Spoderkick 1.0000.722
618 LemonCow 1.0000.722
619 Dr-X 1.0000.722
620 yapboz 1.0000.722
621 xc0d3r 1.0000.722
622 hacking.allowed 1.0000.721
623 mns 1.0000.721
624 clubbingbabyseals 1.0000.721
625 shx 1.0000.721
626 s111 1.0000.721
627 0000000000 1.0000.721
628 mysz 1.0000.721
629 CaptainRNG 1.0000.720
630 deadcoder 1.0000.720
631 Tomatosalad 1.0000.720
632 networknerd 1.0000.720
633 BotNets 1.0000.720
634 FAUST 1.0000.720
635 Flotin 1.0000.719
636 Men_In_The_Middle 1.0000.719
637 team_playerz 1.0000.719
638 SteveUrk3L 1.0000.719
639 ForeverAlone 1.0000.719
640 LucidLynx 1.0000.719
641 RA2 1.0000.719
642 blondi 1.0000.718
643 DATeam 1.0000.718
644 Cyberkitsunes 1.0000.718
645 TeamRedAce 1.0000.718
646 JesuisUneEquipe 1.0000.718
647 Magic Hat 1.0000.718
648 outinikaeritai 1.0000.718
649 TeamFinland 1.0000.717
650 HiGLOG 1.0000.717
651 s-show 1.0000.717
652 Spouky 1.0000.717
653 Hegent 1.0000.717
654 KXTI_4 1.0000.717
655 Resistance 1.0000.717
656 0Shi0hShi 1.0000.716
657 TheExpl0iter 1.0000.716
658 hAIXer 1.0000.716
659 CooCoo 1.0000.716
660 koko 1.0000.716
661 unknown 1.0000.716
662 STAYZEN 1.0000.716
663 JustSkidding 1.0000.715
664 Kambi 1.0000.715
665 Cat-n-Fish 1.0000.715
666 Nabla 1.0000.715
667 UdSU-T654 1.0000.715
668 Byte 1.0000.715
669 Bulletfish 1.0000.715
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saintmeh – March 7, 2016, 4:29 a.m.

So..... super cool. Super hard. I sucked, but it looks like most everyone else sucked as well.
I loved the challenges. Your site ssl certificate could probably have been done better. Did you use a trusted CA? What was the problem? No one on my team(several unique net connections) had an easy time creating an exception, so we went with the SSH route(which was *awesome*).

Initiate whining sequence: I'm kinda new to CTFs, why did BKP take down their challenges so soon? Is this normal? I'm going back through the writeups to some challenges that I *barely* missed(didn't notice a space, and forgot to include enter character)... I can't test the write up. Too bad, most of those challenges were really fun and they were mostly at a near-obtainable level for me! I can't recreate some of the challenges that I missed. *sigh* I guess it's the magic of hacking. I hope that hacking continues to have an exponential learning curve, it gives me something to shoot for.


crowell – March 7, 2016, 4:52 a.m.

Saint Saint , the challenges are taken down quickly because we have a quite limited budget and maintaining finicky services isn't exactly fun either ;).

If you missed a binary/script or need help recreating an environment feel free to shoot me an email and I'm more than happy to help!


saintmeh – March 7, 2016, 5:13 a.m.

Wow! Super thanks! Expect an email in 10 min.


WhiteLightning – March 7, 2016, 7:42 a.m.

Could you please give somewhere this short description of tasks which was displayed after SSH connection?


lpfwr – March 7, 2016, 9:16 a.m.

This one?: http://pastebin.com/FJynSphJ


Damonsson – March 7, 2016, 11:53 a.m.

Nice, mixed web challanges, required a lot of mixed knowledge. Good job. More web in next year please.


arturo182 – March 7, 2016, 5:51 p.m.

While I liked the challenges (they were challenging!), the support (when I asked a question, got an answer right away) and the infrastructure (files hosted on AWS, fast and reliable), not much good can be said about the interface for the CTF.
The connection timed out fairly quickly, so you had to paste the api key each time you wanted to check the scoreboard or send the flag.
The scoreboard only showed top 10 + your team's position (obviously it couldn't print all of it because it would be crazy long in a terminal, but that just puts the idea of ctf via ssh to question).
The challenge list was hard to read, the categories, points and solves were not aligned, why not have them as a markdown table? But at least the solved ones were green.
No feedback was given when sending the flag, you had to check the challenge list to see if it turned green, why not a simple Yup/Nope.
Not sure what was the exact issue, but I could not select text on the website, I had to go to source and select there. It might be my browser, but still...
This was our first BKP, so I'm not sure if it's always been like this, but even if you don't want to spend time developing a website, there are open source ctf frameworks (like the one Internetwache used recently, it was really nice), why not use those?

Might sound like a lot of negativity, but as I mentioned, the challenges were really good, and in the end that's what matters the most.


saintmeh – March 7, 2016, 7:43 p.m.

I'd be happy to help a little bit with some of your issues:
*) I agree that the interface wasn't super intuitive. Though I really like the SSH interface, there should have been a more-functional web interface to back it up.
*) I decreased my font-size and maximized my terminal before connecting via SSH. Their SSH interface used relative positioning. I bounced in my seat when I found that out.
*) I found the timeout for the API Key to also be annoying, but I was able to stay connected for >5 hours at a time. I got booted twice in the beginning, but it wasn't horrible after that.
*) The top 10 positions when you hit "S" can be scrolled. I was able to hold the "down" key to find my unfortunate attempt. I assume you tried holding "down", perhaps this is an issue with your terminal?
*) I agree: A mark down table would have been easy to implement and highly functional, though it would have been boring. I like the bygone callback to the olde skool. I feel that a functional website analog was a hilariously unexpected missing piece. It seems the CTFs with harder challenges often refuse a simple and elegant interface in favor of a wacky, but intriguing one( BKP, SSCTF, even the DefCon Prequals). I'm okay with that I guess. As long as it doesn't prevent legitimate teams from competing.
*) There was a simple "Yup/Nope" it was a "Solved by you: True/False". You can hit space on a challenge to see it. You can also look at the ASCII character directly under the challenge name on the map. Not sure what you mean by "the solved ones were green".
*) I didn't even try logging into the CTF site. Either I have an SSL spoof on my *entire* team(not impossible), no one has accepted the root CA that BKP went through, or there's something wrong with BKP's CA. Internetwache's website was boring but stable. BostonKeyParty needed something boring but stable to work with their awesome but really buggy SSH. That said, I really enjoyed the kicky SSH interface and I think that it set BKP apart. A nonbuggy interface is important, but I don't feel that it prevented teams from competing against each other.

Take my mild criticism with a grain of salt. I've only participated in 4 ctfs in my life. You're probably doing the right thing... Though I *have* read Hacking Exposed cover-to-cover back in 2003 and I have some magics worth between 6.2 and 8.7 on a CVE. I'm hilariously new to the TTP of a cookie-cutter hacker. I mean... I just heard about sqlmap last June. I feel like a shitty carpenter who spent his whole life happily using hand tools as the world band saws circles around him. I'm embarrassed with the speed it takes me to craft exploits, but I'm not ashamed of the results.


arturo182 – March 7, 2016, 9:27 p.m.

Saint, I was using the simpler game3@ctf.bostonkey.party server, I guess you used the flashy game@ctf.bostonkey.party, the servers (and website) are now down, so can't confirm your comments, but I trust what you're saying is true ;)

I only used the "flashy" version for a moment, but didn't like that i had to navigate the map to see the challenges, maybe there was a way to see a list, but you know how things are at the beginning of a CTF, heart racing, want to get started as soon as possible, so I went for the simpler one and stay with it.

Anyway, I'm not saying there *has* to be a website, but the simple ssh interface could have used some polishing.
Oh well, no big deal, I had fun, I was challenged, we got some points, all that matters :)


havocmage – March 7, 2016, 11:33 p.m.

Great CTF. The interface was hard at first because of the load, but once load was gone it was great. I wish I had realized that game3@ was the same as the web interface (which went down a lot...I wouldn't recommend having it next time).

Challenges were hard but I expected that for a defcon CTF. They were also very interesting.

Support and IRC control was very good.

Overall, an excellent CTF.


saintmeh – March 8, 2016, 4:19 p.m.

Yep. I used the flashy version.

I completely understand the feeling at the beginning of a CTF. I call it "a happy panic" as "anxiousness" doesn't do it justice.

Good to hear you got points. I somehow came ridiculously close to several challenges without obtaining a single one. Here are my two closest screw ups:
1) Created a website with and "../../flag". Chased the "file://" scheme far too long... Don't really want to talk about it more... I feel foolish now...
2) Crafted a socket.send SQL inj "or 1=1" with \uBF5C and even \u005C".... got answer but didn't notice the result in my view. Even induced that the challenge needed me to SQL inject to get the first table result without looking at the code. Once I saw the code, I wrote a script to try all 256 combinations of \u??5C and \u??22(just for fun). I would try one every 30 seconds(10x slower than I type). So I wouldn't burden the server.

I think this challenge was a big double face palm for me. No real excuse for my failure. Four 3-hour attempts should have been enough to get a couple challenges. This last failure brings my average down to "top" 30%. It will take a while to get back to top 20%, but I'm not discouraged.

On a seemingly unrelated note, does anyone in the US have $75K they want to invest at 10% APR? I'm buying an income property for a hackerspace.