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Trend Micro CTF - Raimund Genes Cup event.

Format: Jeopardy Jeopardy

Official URL: https://www.trendmicro.com/tmctf

This event's weight is subject of public voting!

Future weight: 14.70 

Rating weight: 20.90 

Event organizers 


Test your knowledge in targeted attacks, Internet of Things (IoT), Industrial Control Systems (ICS), and other cybersecurity issues.


In our mission to make the world safe for exchanging digital information, we are launching CTF 2017 Raimund Genes Cup. It’s a cybersecurity competition that combines online qualifier and on-site finals. Top ten teams from the qualifier will enter the finals, hosted in Tokyo in November 2017.

Program: Jeopardy Style
Dates: June 24 - 25 2017
Duration: 24 hours
Start Time: 13:00 (JST) June 24, 2017
End Time: 13:00 (JST) June 25, 2017
Language: English
Venue: Online (requires internet connection)
Requirements: Aged over 20

Prizes

Top ten teams from online qualifier will be eligible to join the final to be held in Tokyo on November 11-12 2017.

The top three teams from the final will claim the following prizes:


FIRST PLACE:
- JPY1,000,000 (approximately USD9,000) for the winning team
- ZDI Reward Points 15,000 points per player (equivalent of ZDI Bronze) for each member of the winning team, including 10% automatic monetary bonus on all vulnerability submissions over 2017, 10% ZDI Reward points multiplier on all vulnerability submissions over 2017, and one-time bonus of $2,000
- Automatic qualification for HITCON CTF 2017 Final to be hosted in Taipei in December 2017


SECOND PLACE:
- JPY300,000 (Approximately USD2,700)


THIRD PLACE:
- JPY200,000 (Approximately USD1,800)


EXPENSE COVERED BY TREND MICRO FOR TOP TEN TEAMS FROM ONLINE QUALIFIER
- Three night accommodation for the duration of the event (accommodation arranged by Trend Micro)
- Travel expense for a maximum of JPY200,000 (Approximately USD1,800) per team (conditions apply)

ninopreppy – June 24, 2017, 1:06 a.m.

Team Africa legion particip


dakine – June 24, 2017, 5:45 a.m.

I can't even decrypt the challenge files, for every single one I get "bad decrypt"


sivaramaaa – June 24, 2017, 7:21 a.m.

unable to decrypt any of the challenge files getting bad decrypt error !!!


Eterna1 – June 24, 2017, 7:30 a.m.

me too, all tasks don't work


ninopreppy – June 24, 2017, 8:46 a.m.

me too all dont work


n0n3m4 – June 24, 2017, 8:55 p.m.

This stuff makes me want a "mark abusive" button, so I won't accidentally participate in this next year.


KALRONG – June 24, 2017, 9:27 p.m.

Hope this helps, if you get the bad decrypt error just add -md md5 at the end of the command, this is due to the change in openssl 1.0 which uses md5 to 1.1 which uses sha256.


Redford – June 30, 2017, 12:43 p.m.

I didn't like this CTF, it was rather a poor quality one.

Pluses:
+ They partially sponsor flights for the finals
+ I liked Windows challenges, there are not many CTFs with similar ones.

Minuses:
- All categories contained identical kind of challenges, regardless of the category name.
- Many recon challenges.
- No IRC, the only way to contact them was via mail.
- Short scoreboard session timeout, which was really annoying.

And finally, the worst thing:
- re100 had a typo in the flag: it said that the flag is TMCTF{biscuit3_ biscuit5} (notice the space and 3&5 order), but the correct flag was TMCTF{biscuit5_biscuit3}. I informed organizers about that and received in response: "The challenge is working, with several teams solving it no problems. If you could continue working on it, then that would be great." (sic!). Other teams solved it the same way we did - guessing what typo they made in the flag. They didn't respond to my next mail.

Our other team members also tried to contact them regarding bugs in challenges and received only generic responses like "Try harder".


Netero-@-kaicho – July 1, 2017, 11:48 a.m.

i have the same problem like Redford the flag was TMCTF{biscuit5_biscuit3} and i find TMCTF{biscuit3_ biscuit5}