UHasselt Capture The Flag 2021
All UHasselt students of Computer Science, in teams of 3-4. Mixing between years of study is allowed. Where
Like many events this year, the UHCTF2021 will be online-only. When
Wednesday, May 12th, 2021, right before a 4-day weekend! Keep in mind that any lost project hours (PSOPV, practicum, etc.) must be caught up at a different time. Schedule
13:00 - 13:10: Welcome
13:10 - 19:30: CTF (+-6.5h)
19:30 - 19:40: Short break
19:40 - 20:00: Prize ceremony Checklist
Food & Drinks
No catering this year, and no fixed break during the CTF. Just take breaks whenever you want. For the full experience, order pizza!
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Frequently Asked Questions
- For students yet undecided on which master profile(s) to choose, this is a great chance to get a taste of the Networking & Security profile. Have you ever considered a career in ethical hacking, incident response, or malware analysis? There is a big demand in all of these fields.
- The UHCTF is a stepping stone towards larger CTF's, like the CSCBE and Google CTF, which help you meet some of the best employers in the industry, and which offer amazing prizes for the winners, like a trip to the US, or a helicopter flight with Belgian Defense.
- Each year, we have some prizes for the winning teams, and a goodie for everyone.
Free food and unlimited free drinks!Sorry, online-only this year.
- It's fun!
No specific technical knowledge is required, any 1st bachelor can participate. Many of the challenges are aimed towards novices, and hints are available for the more difficult challenges. The UHCTF is just as much a playground as it is a proving ground. The main purpose is to learn to hack, and to have fun while doing it.
No. You could boot up a VM with Kali Linux, the de facto OS for hackers, but it is not required to participate. The more technical challenges will often include a quick guide on how to use the relevant tools, and like any CTF, we allow free access to the internet during the competition, so no need to study anything.
Masterstudenten Informatica zetten in navolging van de Cyber Security Challenge hun eigen #UHasselt-versie van deze digitale 'capture the flag' op. Zo'n 50 studenten van alle opleidingsjaren hacken zich nog tot vanavond een weg naar de overwinning! @CSCBelgium @WimLamotte pic.twitter.com/xKplXygD8W— Universiteit Hasselt (@uhasselt) May 9, 2018
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