We participated in the iCTF 2015 and finished 8th.
Last Friday we participated in this year's iCTF. For the first time the services were not written by the organizers, but each team had to provide a service themselves in order to participate. Although this meant that there were fewer teams this year, still 30 teams took up the challenge in total. The organizers also got some angry comments for this setup, and they liked one of them so much that their unofficial theme of the CTF was "chaoticshitshow". :)
We had a bad start into the competition. We had some issues with our Network and therefore our services have been down a lot in the beginning (Hint, do not use a VPN Tunnel inside a VPN Tunnel together with Virtualbox. :) ).
But we still managed to constantly improve our ranking and ended up at the 8th place.
Unfortunately for us the duration was shortened to 8 hours, from initially announced 24 hours - we would have loved that.
Our service, w0yager, was written to be solved within an 24 hour time frame. ;) We will post a complete writeup/description of the service later.
Thanks again to SBA Research for providing us with a room to hack as well as Mate, Beer & Pizza during the competition.
We participated in the hack.lu CTF and finished 45th.
The past two days we were busy hacking in the hack.lu CTF. The challenges by fluxfingers were superb as always, and we solved quite some of them. Kudos to the top three teams, what a photo finish! You can find the scoreboard here....
We are looking for new hackers
This semester, we are looking for fresh blood to expand our team. If you think you have what it takes to deal with the challenges of interactive hacking challenges, live trouble-shooting for flaky Internet connections, defending online services which you have never seen before and the forensics skills to pinpoint exploits in a gbit connection, drop us an email at email@example.com Please include which security courses you have completed so far at TU...
We have a new homepage. And yes, we are on Twitter, too ...
Since this week we now have a public website, which will be updated with news and writeups. We are now on Twitter too, which will be used for live coverage from actual contest. Next week is the hack.lu CTF, and we will participate....