|Date||Saturday 22 October|
|Location||Lanai Bar LAN Area|
|Host||Luke Jahnke, Brendan Scarvell|
Welcome to Ruxcon Capture The Flag (CTF), Australia's longest running CTF competition! A game designed to test your computer hacking skills and problem solving abilities against friends and foes from all across Australia within a fun and friendly environment.
Ruxcon CTF consists of a series of levels. Each of which can be played at your own leisure with level difficulty ranging from easy to moderate.
We have set up a social LAN area for CTF players in the upstairs bar, or if you can always play via the wireless network. The competition will launch at 11:00AM on Saturday in the bar and finish up strictly at 3:00PM on Sunday.
You can register as team or play as a lone-wolf. The CTF registration page is available on the CTF Network onsite at Ruxcon, please check the Ruxcon handbook for more details on how to register.
This year teams will be restricted to 3 members.
Google have kindly donated the prize money for this year's CTF.
- 1st Place - $1300
- 2nd Place - $700
- 3rd Place - $500
Prizes provided by:
There are no software requirements but if you have never played a CTF before then installing Kali, Burp, and Metasploit will be enough to get you started. Additionally, http://trailofbits.github.io/ctf provides a CTF field guide which you may find useful.
Ruxcon CTF is designed to accommodate all levels of skill and experience, but more importantly, CTF is a fun challenge which anyone can play and it doesn’t require a whole lot of commitment or advanced skills. So if you’re not the competitive type and you’re just a little bit curious please register and have a bit of a poke around. We will provide solutions for all levels once the competition is over.
Some of the challenges you can expect to come across include:
- Clientside Ownage
- SQL Injection
- Dotslash Technique
- Reverse Engineering and Binary Analysis
- Basic Exploit Development
- Basic Forensics
- Unix Insecurities
- Logic Bugs
Each level involves a comprehensive hacking task, by completing the task you a flag will be revealed to you. These flags are to be redeemed for competition points. On completion of a level you may receive some bonus points.
You will need to submit the flag to the CTF dashboard in order to redeem points and increase your over-all competition ranking. Flags can be of varying point value based on the difficulty of a challenge. Bonus points are awarded to the which submits a flag for a level first.
The team with the most points at the end of the competition will be declared the winner.