jm + ctf   2

Capturing all the flags in BSidesSF CTF by pwning Kubernetes/Google Cloud
good exploration of the issues with running a CTF challenge (or any other secure infrastructure!) atop Kubernetes and a cloud platform like GCE
gce  google-cloud  kubernetes  security  docker  containers  gke  ctf  hacking  exploits 
april 2017 by jm
Live Streaming Security Games
Rapid Fire is a special event we started hosting at our own in-person CTFs in 2014. The idea is pretty simple:

Create several CTF challenges that can be solved in a few minutes each.
Set up the challenges on 4 identical computers with some basic tools.
Mirror the player’s screens so the audience can watch their actions.
Whoever solves the most challenges the fastest wins.

This event is interesting for a number of reasons: the players are under intense pressure, as everything they do is being watched by several people; the audience can watch several different approaches to the same problems; and people can follow along fairly easily with what is going on with the challenges.


With e-sports-style video!
gaming  hacking  security  e-sports  streaming  twitch  ctf 
may 2016 by jm

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