Fri, 18 Nov. 2016, 15:14 UTC — Sat, 19 Nov. 2016, 15:17 UTC 


Tokyo, Japan

Trend Micro CTF - Raimund Genes Cup event.

Format: Attack-Defense Attack-Defense

Official URL:

This event's future weight is subject of public voting!

Future weight: 16.67 

Rating weight: 16.67 

Event organizers 

Trend Micro CTF 2016 combines online qualifier and on-site final. Top ten teams from the qualifier will automatically qualify for the final, hosted in Tokyo in November 2016.
Challenges include not only orthodox categories such as ‘binary analysis’ and ‘packet analysis’, but also ‘targeted attacks’, ‘IoT’ and ‘SCADA’ to reflect the current and future business IT environments


The following prizes will be presented to the top three teams in the final event hosted in Tokyo:

Winner :
JPY1,000,000 for the winning team
15,000 Zero Day Initiative reward points for each member of the winning team (ZDI Bronze Status)
* 10 % automatic monetary bonus on all vulnerability submissions over the 2017 calendar year
* 10 % ZDI reward points multiplier on all vulnerability submissions over the 2017 calendar year
* One-time bonus of $2,000 USD
Automatic qualification for HITCON CTF 2016 Final, hosted in Taipei, Taiwan, on December 2-3 2016.
2nd Place : JPY300,000
3rd Place : JPY200,000


10 teams total

PlaceTeamCTF pointsRating points
1 217 7320.00033.340
2 p4 5380.00020.587
3 Bushwhackers 3780.00014.165
4 Batman's Kitchen 3700.00012.594
5 CyKOR 3020.00010.212
6 PwnThyBytes 2180.0007.743
7 Jr.ReverseLab 1800.0006.481
8 TokyoWesterns 1580.0005.682
9 team bob 800.0003.674
10 dcua 800.0001.744
PharisaeusNov. 21, 2016, 11:46 a.m.

Very nicely organized event!
+ Stay in a nice hotel.
+ Food & drinks provided for the whole 2-days event.
+ Good level of challenges.
+ A lot of unique challenges including SCADA/ICS systems hacking and IoT (webcams, pagers) on top of standard web, reverse and pwn
+ Challenging formula with jeopardy tasks mixed with attack-defence

We're really glad we got invited for this CTF :)

h0twinterNov. 22, 2016, 3:09 p.m.

I agree with Pharisaeus. It was a really nicely organized event! :) I enjoyed it a lot. Too bad we are 80 points away from getting the third place...Hope we can do better next year! Webcam and SCADA is definitely interesting, although the score distribution should be changed, so that jeopardy does not weigh that much.

Thank you for the invitation.

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