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iCTF 2009

The UCSB International Capture The Flag (also known as the iCTF) is a distributed, wide-area security exercise, whose goal is to test the security skills of the participants. The iCTF contest is organized by Prof. Giovanni Vigna of the Department of Computer Science at UCSB, and is held once a year (usually at the beginning of December). The latest iCTF was held on December 4th, 2009, from 8am to 5pm, PST. It was won by the CInsect team, from the University of Hamburg, Germany. There were 56 teams participating and more than 800 students playing. This was the largest security competition ever performed.

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CSAW 2009 Final Round Afterthoughts

Overall, CSAW2009 was really exciting and fun 😀

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Abbreviation changed

We are going to use PPP (triple P) instead of PPOP as our abbreviation for team name from now on.

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CSAW CTF 2009

The CSAW Application Security Challenge is a cyber attack competition loosely based on the DefCon Capture the Flag Prequals. Participants will be given a series of challenges divided into different categories, each worth a specified number of points. This year, the competition will focus equally on Web Application security, Reversing and Exploitation. Make sure you are a jack-of-all-trades or put together a team with a diverse skill set.

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HUST: Creative & Fun

On October 6th, annual hacking challenge competition in Korea hosted by Hong Ik University started.

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HackJam2009 — 3rd place

Congratz to us!

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