Over this weekend (28/09/2013-29/09/2013) I participate in my third CTF event, K17 CTF, which was hosted by the University of New South Wales (UNSW) in a jeopardy style CTF game and ran for 24 hours. This was the first time this event has been which attracted 81 University teams and 15 highschool teams. The 2 teams from the NSI Network Security degree were entered into the team, 0x4e534931 & 0x4e534932, each team was made up of 4 members, I was a team member of the 0xe534931 team.
The above screenshot shows the final score for the CTF event, the team (0x4E534931) I was part finished in 20th place out of the 81 teams. Below is the screenshot of team 0x4E534931 CTF progress at the end of the event, we were in the top 3 to answer a couple questions.
The question categories from this event covered the following topics:
- Web Applications
- Reverse Engineering
- Network Forensics
- Memory Forensics
This following section I will provide links to my team’s writeup for this event:
- Reverse Engineering / Crypto Challenges
- UNSW K17 CTF 2013 – Memory Forensics Writeup – tty0x80
- Networx Challenge Writeup – Himanshu Sharma
I’ve also archived the challenges from the event, which you can download from here, link.