A FAUST CTF event.
Official URL: https://2017.faustctf.net/
This event's weight is subject of public voting!
FAUST CTF 2017: Internet of Sh...Things Edition
The second edition of the attack-defense CTF competition run by FAUST, the CTF team of Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nürnberg. Hopefully running more smoothly this time.
This will be a classic online attack-defense CTF, where teams are given access to a VPN and host their Vulnboxes themselves.
First place: 512 €
Second place: 256 €
Third place: 128 €
Additionally, for each service the first team to exploit it, submit a valid flag and publish a write-up will win 32 €.
50 teams total
|Place||Team||CTF points||Rating points|
|2||Eat, Sleep, Pwn, Repeat||22629.745||33.102|
|25||Kernel Space Invaders||9399.896||9.558|
|32||Ethical Hackers Club||8174.015||8.223|
|38||Bits For Everyone||6422.266||6.505|
|40||SU Red Team||5971.131||6.061|
What is Attack/Defense? I have never competed in one of those before.
when can we register for this? and how?
@ashishsirohi: registration just opened at https://2017.faustctf.net/
@WaterBear: a short description is at https://ctftime.org/ctf-wtf/ . You should take the time to set up your network (connected to the VPN, the vulnerable machine and the participants' computers) ideally a few days before the event, so that you don't waste any time on that when you should be pwning other teams. When the competition starts, you'll get a password to decrypt a vulnerable virtual machine image. You have 1 hour to get it running and to analyse what's running on it. Then the VPN network opens... every few minutes the organizers will place a new flag in every service of every team. You want to steal as many of them as possible and submit them, while preventing other teams from stealing your flags.
@WaterBear Also have a look at https://2017.faustctf.net/information/attackdefense-for-beginners/.