Official description here.
This exercise demonstrates how to set a specific value to a neighbor variable thanks to a buffer overflow. It will also briefly describe how the content of a variable is laid out in memory.
CTF: n00bs CTF Labs by Infosec Institute
We have a special feature for this edition. We just launched a Capture-The-Flag activity which you can access directly at ctf.infosecinstitute.com. This is for beginners and newcomers to security. There are 15 levels to test your skills. We’re offering bounties ($) at each level for those who will help others learn the concepts.
Note from Pacman’s Army: As mentioned by the organiser – Infosec Institute – this CTF is meant as a resource to share knowledge and tips rather than skills competition. Therefore, the write-ups will include n00bs tips.
CTF: Teaser Insomni’hack
Points: 100 Points
So many hacking scenes, so little sk1llz…
Apparently this website likes these stupid films. Pwn them and get the flag which is in a pretty obvious file in the webroot.
CTF: Hack.lu 2014
Points: 50 (+10) Points
Legend says there is a bank vault in Jamestown which cannot be broken into. The only way inside is through an authentication process. Even Jesse James and his companions failed to break the security of this particular bank. Can you do it?