✨🎈🎉Massive congratulations to our 6 winning teams. It wasn’t easy! 🎉🎈✨
Enusec will be in touch about your prizes.
Congratulations Team Name, TessPatsyAbi, and Peepers of the Picnic -top 3 teams in HTF2
Congratulations Metasplam, or 1=1:#, and ravenclaw_penguins – top three teams in HTF1.
Solving the challenges
Still puzzling? Here’s some info on how to solve the more difficult challenges.
About the competition
12-14 and 19-21 October 2021
Develop and challenge your cyber skills in ENUSEC’s capture the flag cybersecurity competition, with challenges based on cryptography, open-source intelligence and more! The first 3 places on the leaderboard for each competition will win these brilliant prizes:
- Arduino starter kits
- Bundle of Cyber-security books
- Touch screen adapted gloves
If you’re at high school or college, enter on your own or grab up to three of your friends to form a team, and put your problem solving abilities to the test.
- Register here: https://hacktheflag.enusec.org/
- You can compete on your own or in a team. You’ll need a team name, each player will need a username.
Got questions? Sign up to the event’s Discord server and the ENUSEC team will answer your questions.
The sessions are designed and led by Edinburgh Napier University Security Society (ENUSEC) a society of students and staff interested in all aspects of cybersecurity.
About capture the flag
Capture the flag is a cybersecurity competition that’s usually held live. Like a physical capture the flag game, teams compete against each other, but here the goal is to solve different computer-related problems (eg. Steganography, cryptography, open source investigation, web code problems and pen challenges). For each, you’ll be given a flag solution (formatted in a clear way) and score points.