Fri, 20 April 2018, 20:20 UTC — Wed, 25 April 2018, 16:20 UTC 

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BlazeCTF event.

Format: Jeopardy Jeopardy

Official URL: http://420blaze.in/

This event's weight is subject of public voting!

Future weight: 25.00 

Rating weight: 25.00 

Event organizers 


Prizes

First place: Signed bubbler by geohot

Scoreboard

165 teams total

PlaceTeamCTF pointsRating points
1 Eat, Sleep, Pwn, Repeat 7560.00050.000
2 jinmo123 7140.00036.111
3 commandos 6720.00030.556
4 RPISEC 6300.00027.083
5 uiuctf 5880.00024.444
6 glua.team 5880.00023.611
7 NYUSEC 5460.00021.627
8 perfect blue 5040.00019.792
9 VoidHack 5040.00019.444
10 NASA Rejects 4200.00016.389
11 Testicicles 4200.00016.162
12 badfirmware 4200.00015.972
13 T0X1C V4P0R 3780.00014.423
14 OpenToAll 3780.00014.286
15 $wag 3780.00014.167
16 aegis 3780.00014.063
17 dcua 3780.00013.971
18 mnur 3360.00012.500
19 TechSec 3360.00012.427
20 ****** 3360.00012.361
21 dankSquad 2940.00010.913
22 Epic Leet Team 2940.00010.859
23 Tower of Hanoi 2940.00010.809
24 kangar00t 2520.0009.375
25 !SkagAndHerb 2520.0009.333
26 HackingForSoju 2520.0009.295
27 worst 2520.0009.259
28 PwnaSonic 2520.0009.226
29 little albert 2100.0007.807
30 saarsec 2100.0007.778
31 Delusions of Grandeur 2100.0007.751
32 its joke 2100.0007.726
33 Shell Collecting Club 2100.0007.702
34 Bono_iPad 2100.0007.680
35 STT 2100.0007.659
36 Pandemic 2100.0007.639
37 Colonel0x20 2100.0007.620
38 GNU-E-Ducks 2100.0007.602
39 noraneco 2100.0007.585
40 squareroots 1680.0006.181
41 CSG 1680.0006.165
42 VAPORSEC 1680.0006.151
43 Bushwhackers 1680.0006.137
44 SIGFLAG 1680.0006.124
45 ByteBandits 1680.0006.111
46 LogicalGeezers 1680.0006.099
47 technic 1680.0006.087
48 tq2 1680.0006.076
49 Billy 1260.0004.677
50 Dabz_n_R0P_Chainz 1260.0004.667
51 EPAD 1260.0004.657
52 UAFCSC 1260.0004.647
53 gruf 1260.0004.638
54 mochigoma 1260.0004.630
55 LiveInBit 1260.0004.621
56 asdasg234 1260.0004.613
57 Overwatch 1260.0004.605
58 LeaveCat 1260.0004.598
59 HNN4ABO 1260.0004.590
60 0x34044 1260.0004.583
61 injustice_brigade 1260.0004.577
62 bada 1260.0004.570
63 NeverSeeMeBefore 1260.0004.563
64 Harekaze 1260.0004.557
65 TenDollar 1260.0004.551
66 m1z0r3 1260.0004.545
67 CDB 840.0003.151
68 JBZ 840.0003.145
69 TokyoWesterns 840.0003.140
70 Plaid Parliament of Pwning 840.0003.135
71 The Northern Coalition 840.0003.130
72 Panique au village 840.0003.125
73 coolNULL 840.0003.120
74 Just Hit the Core 840.0003.116
75 FToPayRespects 840.0003.111
76 $7UNF15K 840.0003.107
77 HacKazaar 840.0003.102
78 BluntForceTrauma 840.0003.098
79 ZenHack 840.0003.094
80 Inshall'hack 840.0003.090
81 Drunkenshellz 840.0003.086
82 BlazingBM 840.0003.083
83 noar 840.0003.079
84 blazeademia 840.0003.075
85 Lorem Checksum 840.0003.072
86 Security Daemons 840.0003.068
87 Shellphish 840.0003.065
88 District 12 840.0003.062
89 Pushok 840.0003.059
90 KXTI_SECURITY 840.0003.056
91 Pwn Leak 840.0003.053
92 paid2penetrate 840.0003.050
93 1guard 840.0003.047
94 JohnDoe 840.0003.044
95 LaserDogs 840.0003.041
96 Team MediOGRE 840.0003.038
97 W0oPix 840.0003.036
98 KXTI2662 840.0003.033
99 KerKerYuan 840.0003.030
100 bi0s 840.0003.028
101 mul71pl3_5c0r645m 840.0003.025
102 onotch 840.0003.023
103 Guest9282322 840.0003.020
104 OPT 840.0003.018
105 Beers4Flags 840.0003.016
106 tuna 840.0003.014
107 b01lers 840.0003.011
108 Gio 420.0001.620
109 M57 420.0001.618
110 ProProSoFLo 420.0001.616
111 TU6PM 420.0001.614
112 EpicTeam 420.0001.612
113 fadb07ceedaa8fc2ead0c6a9a4c1fc89385e9959 420.0001.610
114 pL4NT 420.0001.608
115 OTR 420.0001.606
116 gkelly 420.0001.604
117 robzom 420.0001.603
118 4test123 420.0001.601
119 D.I.C.K.S SQUAD 420.0001.599
120 NUSGreyhats 420.0001.597
121 Kernel Sanders 420.0001.596
122 Slug Security 420.0001.594
123 HoT 420.0001.592
124 Config Console 420.0001.591
125 0xc0dec0de 420.0001.589
126 machineroom 420.0001.587
127 IamIn 420.0001.586
128 shietidk 420.0001.584
129 blablaiop 420.0001.583
130 ghos7labs 420.0001.581
131 totof 420.0001.580
132 xSTF 420.0001.578
133 BreakPoint 420.0001.577
134 0xebebebeb 420.0001.575
135 hgarrereyn 420.0001.574
136 0n3m4ns4rmy 420.0001.573
137 tayhax 420.0001.571
138 Ethical Hackers Club 420.0001.570
139 stkysk 420.0001.569
140 UCCU 420.0001.567
141 720 Lunches 420.0001.566
142 extraordinary exhibitionists of eating 420.0001.565
143 Bunrise Suckets 420.0001.564
144 PwnTw1n 420.0001.563
145 KXTI_KOST 420.0001.561
146 nacayoshi00 420.0001.560
147 Majestic12 420.0001.559
148 evandrix 420.0001.558
149 ReverseLTF 420.0001.557
150 homu 420.0001.556
151 zhang.z 420.0001.554
152 InfoSecIITR 420.0001.553
153 N3wBi3 420.0001.552
154 jsutset 420.0001.551
155 sa12d003 420.0001.550
156 Prefix 420.0001.549
157 ascope 420.0001.548
158 MhackGyver 420.0001.547
159 NIS 420.0001.546
161 flagbot 420.0001.544
162 ITAOP 420.0001.543
163 Mordor93 420.0001.542
164 jinmo123x 420.0001.541
165 Dracarys 420.0000.770
166 dormir 420.0000.770
king.of.irc.and.perl.aka.dwn – April 25, 2018, 6:26 p.m.

Hey blizzers, thanks for playing!

We had a lot of fun running this CTF. For context, this is the SECOND blaze CTF we ran, the first one being in 2016. We forgot about 2017. We had quite a few more challenge authors this year, plus an interesting TWIST to blast us into drug dealing in 2018 -- blockchain.

While overall the CTF ran well, we know there were some difficulties. Here is what we heard / know so far:

* Kernelmode challenges needing to be re-solved after unintentional stuff was patched -- We made sure this didn't affect top scorers. Apologies. Next year we will put more thought and tighter controls to automate/lockdown QEMU based challenges. Thanks to @vakzz / opentoall(I think?) for pointing it out.
* Ethereum VM is too hard / different knowledge from pwning -- This is true. However, digital crypto scam drug money is important for blazing so we feel that's ok.
* All the challenges were worth 420 at different difficulties. -- This is true. However, CTFd doesn't have dynamic scoring that can set point values to variations of "420" like "42.0", "4.20", "0.420", "4200". This was VERY important. In case you haven't noticed, most GREEN colors on the CTFD site was #004200. It's important to do.
* Challenges were too hard / mitrectf was easier -- This is true. However, this is CTF for adults. In case you haven't noticed, the stream was NOT PG-13. We use bad words. We don't fuck around. The CTF was 4 days and 20 hours for a reason. We like blazing, hacking, and watching anime (rick and morty). We care, and we do it for the folks who care too. In fact, one of the criterion for submitting a challenge was 'creativity' + 'difficulty'. You need to _work_ to get your dopamine rush.
* Challenges were too boring/generic -- Maybe true. We will smoke more as the weed economy improves.
* This was the best ctf I've ever seen -- Maybe true. We do it for the fans.
* Stream was not always up -- True. Next year, we will take the stream more seriously. But we hope you enjoyed what we had while it was up.

Overall, we're happy with how this event has gone. We wanted to keep this CTF real in this weird world, which is partly why we have NO SPONSORS or affiliation. We are just a group of irc friends who like to blaze and hack shit, and this CTF was a labor of love. If you enjoyed it and look forward to the next one, then welcome to the family. We hope to see you all next year.

<3
hwb / sl0th


oddcoder – April 25, 2018, 10:58 p.m.

please would anyone make a writeup for firefox challenge?


ghostly_gray – April 27, 2018, 10:42 p.m.

Will the scoreboard be posted?


sudhackar – April 29, 2018, 11:13 a.m.

no scoreboard yet?


king.of.irc.and.perl.aka.dwn – April 30, 2018, 4:54 p.m.

scoreboard was submitted 5 seconds after end, ask ctftime admins why there's no scoreboard.