Contests & Shenanigans
CONFERENCE CAPTURE THE FLAG
We’re excited to host the Capture the Flag (CTF) Tournament for CircleCityCon 9.0! The CTF will take place at the con, but hosted online. This will be a team event, no max on team size. The event will be jeopardy board style with a variety of challenges from Web, Pwn, Linux, Networking and more!This year we will have two scoreboards: 1 for virtual only players and 1 for hybrid on-site players only. For the hybrid On-site, at least one member of the team must be physically present at the conference. If none of the team is present at the closing ceremonies than prizes will be forfeited to the next team. If a team cannot be physically present and attend the closing ceremonies for the conference then they should only play virtual. The scoreboards will be the same with the exception of some on-site only challenges.Registration: https://ctf.threatsims.com/
Event Codes will be release the day of the CTFROE: https://ctf.threatsims.com/user/pages/roePRIZES:
– 1 Black badge will go to the winning in-person team.
– Physical prizes will be awarded in person and not mailed.
– Digital prizes will be available to those at the conference and online.Registration will begin a week prior to July 1 2022 and run through July 3rd as long as the contest is running.
RF Hackers CTF
Do you have what it takes to hack WiFi, Bluetooth, and Software Defined Radio (SDR)?
RF Hackers Sanctuary (the group formerly known as Wireless Village) is once again holding the Radio Frequency Capture the Flag (RFCTF) at Circle City Con 2022. RFHS runs this game to teach security concepts and to give people a safe and legal way to practice attacks against new and old wireless technologies.
We cater to both those who are new to radio communications as well as to those who have been playing for a long time. We are looking for inexperienced players on up to the SIGINT secret squirrels to play our games. The RFCTF can be played with a little knowledge, a pen tester’s determination, and $0 to $$$$$ worth of special equipment. Our new virtual RFCTF can be played completely remotely without needing any specialized equipment at all, just using your web browser! The key is to read the clues, determine the goal of each challenge, and have fun learning.
There will be clues everywhere, and we will provide periodic updates via discord and twitter. Make sure you pay attention to what’s happening at the RFCTF desk, #rfctf on our discord, on Twitter @rf_ctf, @rfhackers, and the interwebz, etc. If you have a question – ASK! We may or may not answer, at our discretion.
FOR THE NEW FOLKS
Our virtual RFCTF environment is played remotely over ssh or through a web browser. It may help to have additional tools installed on your local machine, but it isn’t required.
Read the presentations HERE
To score you will need to submit flags which will range from decoding transmissions in the spectrum, passphrases used to gain access to wireless access points, or even files located on servers. Once you capture the flag, submit it to the scoreboard right away, if you are confident it is worth *positive* points. Some flags will be worth more points the earlier they are submitted, and others will be negative. Offense and defense are fully in play by the participants, the RFCTF organizers, and the Conference itself. Play nice, and we might also play nice.
To play our game at Circle City Con 2022 click HERE
Helpful files (in-brief, wordlist, resources) can be found HERE
Twitter: @rf_ctf and @rfhackers
Website: http://rfhackers.com – play with us
Official Support Ticketing System: https://github.com/rfhs/rfctf-support/issues