Every year, CSAW's CTF draws thousands of teams from around the world.
Designed as an entry-level CTF, this competition requires players to integrate concepts, develop skills, and learn to hack as they go. Challenges mimic real-world scenarios modeling various computer security problems. To succeed, teams must demonstrate a profound understanding of the roles and ramifications of cyber security in these situations. Topics include Pwnable, RE, Web, Crypto, and Forensics.
The top teams to emerge from Quals will compete on-site at one of CSAW's global reigons, vying for the coveted top three places.
CTF is organized by members of the NYU Tandon School of Engineering OSIRIS Lab.
- CSAW Europe - INP Grenoble - Esisar
- CSAW India - Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur (IITK)
- CSAW Israel - University of Haifa & IBM Research Lab, Haifa
- CSAW MENA - Higher School of Communication of Tunis (SUP'COM)
- CSAW México - University Iberoamericana Mexico City (IBERO)
- CSAW US-Canada - NYU Tandon School of Engineering
4 June 2018: Registration is live 4 June 2018: CTF101 is live > ctf101.org 12 June: CSAW 365 launches > 365.csaw.io 14 - 16 September 2018: Online Qualification Round 17 - 28 September 2018: Enrollment and team verification for potential finalists
By 13 October 2018: Finalists announced
8 - 10 November 2018: In-person Finals
A preview of what's to come! Courtesy of Vector 35.
Check out the results of CTF Quals here