The conference is right around the corner, and the MetaCTF (https://metactf.com/) team is hard at work preparing for this year’s Capture the Flag competition!
In keeping with the format of the past several years, we’ll be providing a practice environment on Day 1 of the conference to help participants prepare for the competition, find teams, and get familiar with the platform. If you’ve never participated in a CTF before, this is a perfect opportunity to get started!
The actual competition will take place on Day 2. There will be plenty of challenges for participants at all skill levels, so whether you’re a seasoned CTF player or a beginner, there will be something for you! Among others, challenge categories will include web exploitation, reverse engineering, OSINT, cryptography, forensics, and binary exploitation.
You’ll need a laptop to participate. Teams can have up to 4 people, or you may compete as an individual.
For those who like to come prepared, we suggest that you have a VM or two ready. You can download Kali Linux here (https://www.kali.org/
The MetaCTF team has been involved with the RVAsec CTF since 2016. If you’re interested in helping out with the CTF or have any questions, please reach out to roman[at]metactf.com
We are still looking for a sponsor for the CTF. Please consider supporting the conference and help us provide a great experience and amazing prizes!