eCTF – Embedded Capture the Flag
2020 Spring Semester Competition opens January 15 and closes April 10. Award Ceremony at MITRE on April 16
The eCTF is unique in two major ways. First, the focus is on securing embedded systems, which present an entirely new set of challenges and security issues that are not currently covered by traditional “online” CTFs. Second, this event balances offense and defense by including a signiﬁcant secure-design phase in addition to an attack phase. This competition will help you develop practical skills that can be applied securing critical systems, such as medical devices, smart grids, IoT devices, and mobile devices.
FIU team eCTF teams has been formed and working towards a submission.
Upcoming Event Competition
The CTF 2019 event was designed to test the student’s ability to undertake various challenges associated with cybersecurity in order to accumulate points linked to differently weighted tasks and challenges. The CTP is conducted every semester and encouraged for students completing the courses related to cybersecurity, Ethical Hacking, Malware Analysis and Digital Forensics. The first competition took place in the fall 2019.
The top four malware projects developed as part of the Fall 2018 Malware Competition are highlighted below. The information contained in these malware projects are solely for the purpose of education, any use for any other purpose, the authors cannot be held responsible for users actions and activities.
The top five video tutorials in demonstrating a hack and its countermeasures as part of the competition are highlighted below. The information contained in these malware projects are solely for the purpose of education, any use for any other purpose, the authors cannot be held responsible for users actions and activities.
#5 MitM Wifi Pineapple
#1 Evil Twin
# 2 Android Hack
#3 Code Injection
#4 Network Sniffing
#5 Social Engineering