Fri, 26 May 2017, 13:00 UTC — Fri, 26 May 2017, 22:00 UTC 

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FAUST CTF event.

Format: Attack-Defense Attack-Defense

Official URL: https://2017.faustctf.net/

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

Future weight: 25.00 

Rating weight: 10.00 

Event organizers 

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.

Prizes

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 €.

Scoreboard

50 teams total

PlaceTeamCTF pointsRating points
1 Bushwhackers 27460.02320.000
2 Eat, Sleep, Pwn, Repeat 22629.74513.241
3 saarsec 21421.49311.134
4 c00kies@venice 18580.1359.266
5 M.I.S.T. 16990.6788.187
6 LC↯BC 16441.8957.654
7 WE_0WN_Y0U 14757.5976.803
8 TokyoWesterns 14161.4706.407
9 LosFuzzys 14087.6446.241
10 CInsects 12744.1535.641
11 dcua 12361.4665.411
12 Shady Hats 12320.3545.320
13 SPbCTF 12184.1335.206
14 SiBears 11732.1614.987
15 girav 11712.6944.932
16 Tower-of-Hanoi 11263.0094.727
17 STT 11052.1864.613
18 ENOFLAG 10714.1844.457
19 Shellphish 10242.4774.256
20 labrats 9990.8374.138
21 squareroots 9985.2214.112
22 SIGFLAG 9972.5434.086
23 NOP 9731.8523.979
24 badfirmware 9664.9743.936
25 Kernel Space Invaders 9399.8963.823
26 cyberwehr 9391.4253.805
27 vimvaders 9140.0343.699
28 VoidHack 8932.7693.610
29 MV9rwGOf08 8641.0323.492
30 hxp 8574.7553.456
31 nope123 8502.4313.419
32 Ethical Hackers Club 8174.0153.289
33 khack40 8067.0483.241
34 Life 7457.0213.010
35 0x90r00t 7177.5992.900
36 WCSC 7121.1522.871
37 i2sec 6730.6242.721
38 Bits For Everyone 6422.2662.602
39 noraneco 6350.6302.569
40 SU Red Team 5971.1312.424
41 team rot 5259.9832.159
42 enZyme 5086.4652.090
43 FluxFingers 4891.3572.014
44 OpenToAll 3957.2951.668
45 py31415926 1894.5670.912
46 NIS 1734.1710.849
47 [censored] 1499.8550.759
48 MilindBhargava 712.5220.468
49 soleman 536.9730.400
50 LFlare 100.8370.118
pnappyyyApril 28, 2017, 12:24 a.m.

What is Attack/Defense? I have never competed in one of those before.


ashishsirohiMay 2, 2017, 7:25 p.m.

when can we register for this? and how?


drivelMay 17, 2017, 8:43 a.m.

@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.


F30May 18, 2017, 7:06 a.m.

@WaterBear Also have a look at https://2017.faustctf.net/information/attackdefense-for-beginners/.