C2C Registration will be available in early 2019. All 2018 students are eligible to compete in the 2019 qualifying round.
This cybersecurity CTF event is used to encourage international cooperation, test skills and knowledge within a diverse range of computer security categories, and complete tasks related to general networking, programming, forensics, reverse engineering, and cryptography. Within the CTF prequalification and primary event, individuals/teams will be required to capture a series of “flags” populated within systems, documents, pictures, and other formats. Each “flag” has a specific value based on the skills required to extract the flag data for input within the scoring system.
Current List of Qualifier Challenges
Group 1 – General Cyber Security Historical Trivia
Group 2 – Python Programming
Group 3 – Cryptography
Group 4 – General Hacking (Based on VM creation and deployment)
Group 5 – Forensics
Estimated Completion Time for all Challenges
Take a look back at last year's competition held at the University of Cambridge in Cambridge, UK. The C2C 2017 competition had 111 participants and 22 teams with 80 students from the UK and 31 US students.