Endorsed by Curators:
Our team will be graciously hosted by Baker college as we were last year. They're providing us with space to work together, but everyone is required to bring their own laptops.
There are 3 kinds of tickets for this event. Red, Blue, and Anything. This is in regards to what kind of activities you want to participate in. Red tickets will focus on exploiting service vulnerabilities, finding how to steal flags, and scripting that so we can score against other teams. Blue tickets will be patching and fixing our services, this could be "developers" fixing vulnerable code, "admins" reseting passwords and updating software, or anything else that will protect our services from getting hacked. Anything tickets are for people who are interested in helping but do not have a preference between which kind of activity they will be taking. IF
If you're on misec slack, please join the #ctf channel where we'll be preparing for the event. There's an invite link on the misec home page (look for the slack icon)
RuCTFE is an annual online international challenge in the information security. It has been held 8 times already.
The contest is driven by classic rules. Each team is given a set of vulnerable services. Organizers regulary fill services with private information the flags. The goal of each team is to find vulnerabilities, fix them in their services and exploit them in order to get flags from other teams. Please refer to therules pageandWikipedia articlefor slightly more info.
RuCTFE 2017 starts onDecember 2, 2017 at 10:00 UTCand will last for 9 hours. As usual, the network will be closed for the first hour.