Test your skills across a range of systems as you explore the virtual city of Sunnyville, traversing a series of challenges to find and capture flags hidden throughout the city’s network infrastructure. Compete as an individual or in teams of two, using penetration testing and digital forensic skills to gather clues and collect evidence, rising in the ranks with each flag captured. Set your own pace as you pursue threads of artifacts in a timed, scored environment. Each thread is built around a specific security skill set, such as web, SQL, and password security, and recovering artifacts gets harder as you progress through this interactive, adaptive challenge. Hosted by the Florida CyberHub, this event includes prizes for the top individual player and top team. More details to come!
Who can participate?
The Duel Factor CTF Challenge is open to any registered attendee of Florida Cyber Conference 2018 and designed for players who possess intermediate-to-advanced cybersecurity knowledge and skills. Players may participate as individuals or in teams of two.
What skills do I need to participate?
The following skills will be tested during the Duel Factor CTF Challenge:
- Linux command line knowledge
- Windows and Linux service exploitation
- Port scanning, network scanning, vulnerability scanning
- SQL injection
- PHP code exploitation
- PII discovery
- Privilege escalation
- Brute force attack
- Password hash cracking
- Forensics and reverse engineering
Where will the competition be held?
The competition will be held in The Arena at Florida Cyber Conference 2018 (Tampa Convention Center) on October 11, 2018, from 10:45 am to 3:30 pm. You must be present to compete and supply your own device.
How do I register?
Complete and submit the form below to register as a competitor in the Duel Factor CTF Challenge at Florida Cyber Conference 2018.