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  • LosT
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    Re: DEFCON 17 CTF Write Ups

    Yes, you have to love the Koreans!



    Originally posted by Dark Tangent View Post
    http://hackerschool.org/DefconCTF/17/B300.html

    That has got to be the coolest write up, ever, in the history of ever.

    A graphical comic based on the sapheads' experience during the CTF qualifiers. http://korupt.co.uk/?p=132 CTF article.

    Great job!

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  • The Dark Tangent
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    Re: DEFCON 17 CTF Write Ups

    http://hackerschool.org/DefconCTF/17/B300.html

    That has got to be the coolest write up, ever, in the history of ever.

    A graphical comic based on the sapheads' experience during the CTF qualifiers. http://korupt.co.uk/?p=132 CTF article.

    Great job!

    Leave a comment:


  • psifertex
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    Re: DEFCON 17 CTF Write Ups

    http://shallweplayaga.me/ has writeups for almost all of the challenges. At the very least, it's a good mirror of all the problems that were unlocked and files that were made available.

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  • The Dark Tangent
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    DEFCON 17 CTF Write Ups

    Please post links or whole write ups about your experience qualifying or playing CTF this year, hosted by DDTEK.

    To start this off I found these following links:

    Sexy Pandas:
    http://sexy.pandas.es/blog/category/defcon/

    "For us it was impossible to imagine two years ago, when the “Sexy Pandas” concept was born, that this group of friends would become… well, whatever we are now xD Anyways, this two years have been amazing and we think it’s time to say thanks to you, all anonymous friends, that have been supporting us in so many different ways. Thanks!

    And about this year’s prequals, we played hard in a competition controlled almost from start to end by Sk3wl and VodaGodz, but we did a good work during the last hours and scored a nice amount of points that allowed us to tie them. At the last moment (that sounds familiar…) Sk3wl solved pwn400 and got first place, we were almost done with that same exploit but time was over and we still have to train a bit those last-minute-pwnage skills.

    As for the rest of the qualified teams (you can see the full list in the Defcon forums), all are well known and highly skilled friends so this year we are expecting one of the hardest CTF competitions ever.

    That’s all folks, see some of you in Vegas and be ready for some awesomeness!

    PS: Yes, we know there are some pending posts but, tempus fugit"
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