Students competed in a qualifying round to participate in the Cambridge2Cambridge Cybersecurity Challenge hosted by MIT CSAIL and the University of Cambridge. This year's event will take place at the 800-year-old University of Cambridge in the UK from July 24-26, 2017. Qualifying students were selected to represent their university at C2C and will be assigned to blended teams with US and UK participants to compete in the three-day showdown. For questions, please contact Michelle Houghton at email@example.com.
Students will have the opportunity to win cash prizes, network with top students from the US and UK, connect with mentors from leading security organization and acquire new skills.
PARTICIPATING UK UNIVERSITIES (student profiles coming soon!)
University of Cambridge (Host University) | Student Profiles
Kellogg College, University of Oxford | Student Profiles
Lancaster University | Student Profiles
Queen's University Belfast | Student Profiles
Royal Holloway, University of London | Student Profiles
University of Birmingham | Student Profiles
University of Kent | Student Profiles
University of Oxford | Student Profiles
University of Surrey | Student Profiles
|Students to prepare travel arrangements and student visas (if applicable)||May 1, 2017|
|Participants arrive at the Møller Center, Churchill College, University of Cambridge||July 23, 2017|
|C2C Live Event||July 24-26, 2017|
|Participants depart the University of Cambridge||
July 27, 2017
ONLINE PRACTICE FORUMS
US students prepare for the C2C qualifying round with these challenges provided by The University of Cambridge. Each puzzle is a mini forensics challenge. Buried inside those files somewhere is a flag, which will look similar to "Flag=f83nd6FJ3dSH84V".
Visit Pico-CTF and try your hand at beginner challenges. We will provide an additional training environment with more advance challenges in mid-February 2017. Register at https://picoctf.com/ and choose "Join an Existing Team". Use team name "C2C Online Practice Form" and team passphrase "Cambridge2017" to gain access.
For other practice CTF-style resources, please visit: http://captf.com/practice-ctf/