Over the past weekend, we have participated in CrossCTF, a wonderful competition jointly organised by NUS, NTU and SMU. Here are writeups for the few challenges we solved. CrossCTF Writeups
A group of Hwa Chong students and alumni have managed to bag first place at Cross CTF 2017, a cyber security competition open to teams from various tertiary institutions. They clinched first at the preliminary round, earning a spot at the finals. On the 17th of June, they arrived at SMU to compete against 18 other teams in the 24-hour live attack-defense Capture the Flag (CTF) finals, and managed to take first place with a substantial margin over other competitors. The team T0X1C V4P0R comprises Ho Jiefeng (on the left), Li Bailin (left of Jiefeng), and Ragul Balaji (on the far right) Congratulations to team T0X1C V4P0R once again!
On the 12th of March, Team T0x1c V4p0r from HCIRS finished first runner up in Whitehacks 2017, only losing to the top team by a narrow margin of one challenge. The top teams consist of ex-hwachong (t0x1c v4p0r) members as well. T0X1C V4P0R winning first runner-up in whitehacks 2017 The old and the new T0X1C V4P0R
Two teams from Hwa Chong Infocomm and Robotics Club Society participated in the annual Cyber Defenders Discovery Camp. After a gruellling nine-hour hacking and tinkering, both of our teams emerged within the Top 5, including the highly coveted first place, amongst a total of 100 teams. For more details: https://www.dsta.gov.sg/cddc/highlights Champion team (t0x1c v4p0r) consists (left to right): Ragul, Yicheng, Bailin, Jie Feng Team (az1d0az1d3 az1d3) Guy in black: Ying Keat ; Guy in white: Radar
We tinker with cybersecurity and we’re quite good at it too. WhiteHacks is a 2-day competition, organised by Singapore Management University, under the banner of Whitehat Society, where you pit your skills against the other teams in a Jeopardy-style Capture the Flag competition! We can proudly say that the HCIRS team has done us proud and clinched 2nd place, beating the next competitor by over 3 times in points. Read more about WhiteHacks at http://whitehacks.sg/