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The 2011's CTF will again be held by FluxFingers, the CTF Team of Ruhr-Universität Bochum (Germany).
Last year's positive feedback has convinced FluxFingers to host another challenge-style CTF competition at hack.lu. It is safe to assume that the usual topics are included: crypto, reversing, forensic and web security.
We are looking forward to seeing you participate - locally or from remote. Direct your questions to somebody at our booth, a special email address will be released later on.


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hack.lu CTF Registration is Open

This years Capture-The-Flag (CTF) contest of the hack.lu conference will also be open for remote participants. However there will be only a limited amount of teams accepted for remote participation so don't hesitate to register as early as possible. To do so, please subscribe to the mailing list of the CTF: http://fluxfingers.net/mailman/listinfo/hacklu-ctf

Please, use your team-name to register and a countrycode (i.e. DE for Germany), and only one subscription per team. Once accepted, you will be provided with more information.

Note: The award ceremony will be held locally, so completely remote teams will not be able to receive a price and will receive a nice hack.lu t-shirt per mail instead ;). Still you will be having a lot of fun - we promise!


CTF-Access & Rules

CTF starts at 11:23. 87 Teams are registered. Local teams please come to our desk, near by the hackerspace.lu desk.

scoreboard

After you are registered and have get a account per Mail, you can also access the challenges.

Rules:

  1. Do not flood!
  2. Do not bruteforce!
  3. Do not attack the scoreboard!

Misc

Feel free to join our IRC channel:

 Server: hack.lu
 Channel: #ctf


hack.lu prices

  • USRP Classic with 1 RFX900 daughter-board + 1 antenna LP0965 + cables and accessories
  • Clocktamer
  • Buspirates (cables and accessories)
  • Proxmark3
  • Ubertooth one
  • ...

Prices are eligible for CTF team having at least one of their member locally.
Thanks to our CTF sponsors and FluxFingers to make this possible.

CTF Dates and Time Information

- Start of the CTF:   19th September, around 11:00 (CEST)
- End of the CTF:     21th September, around 11:00 (CEST)


First Pre-CTF challenge [Solved by Baboon]

The first to solve this (SOLVED!) crackme wins a free entrance to the conference! The correct solution was: 1-245-27-0
A possible solution: answersecurity.wordpress.com (FR)

Second Pre-CTF challenge (CLOSED)

The first to solve the challenge wins a free entrance to the conference!
nc 0xbadcab1e.lu 9999
Hall of fame:
1. Eloi Vanderbéken
2. Philippe Teuwen
3. Kyprizel
4. William Robinet
5. Alexey Udovenko
Even if the challenge is closed the service stays up until after the conference. The correct answer was: 0x416c776179735573654146726573684e6f6e6365 in ASCII: AlwaysUseAFreshNonce
A possible solution: answersecurity.wordpress.com (FR)

Already registered teams

err0r
smokedchicken
luffy (US)
underminerr (UK)
B2H (DE)
blackb0x
Hacking Alpacas (US)
Marteam a la plage (LU)
disekt (US)
1_man_army (DE)
Sons of Glitches
Delusions of Grandeur (USA)
Team Jacob (USA)
littlenuns
pollypocket (BE)
ForbiddenBITS
Ring0 (DK)
m3x1c4n5 (MX)
HQS (RU)
BIOS (IN)
FIXME (CH)
Big-Daddy
bobsleigh
ChocolateMakers (IT)
jescobar
Team404 (IE)
Koibasta (RU)
Zenk-Security (FR)
Leet More (RU)
Anesec (IT)
p03p0wn (JP)
UFSIT (US)
MiT
NS
hathacker 59000
Team Tasteless (RU)
gnix
CSG (US)
C.o.P (FR)
Ted
sutegoma2 (JP)
IndianOranges (IN)
fofunz (UK)
knackwurst (LU)
Dark Hunters
Honeypot (RU)
activalink
reversing-group (DE)
Roman
Sven Volga
dark
shesh s
Valentin
HackerDom (RU)
Rafi0t
taz@
CLGT (VI)
HackInDZie (DZ)
Rogerio
ZM4LW4R3 (FR)
Certified Ethylic Hackers (FR)
Song of Freedom
grml
BullShit Security Team
NULL Life (MX)
WuZ
Henry Dorsett Case
crumbs@venice (IT)
stevedelik
NarwhalReveng
keysec
Brandon Gnash
Dawgs
mak
pago
letmein (BE)
Dark Sec
StoleBytes
_Gemini_
CRYT0
hackademics
n0body
Shell-Storm
puolse
BTF4CTF (UA)