Our dedicated area for activities and contests for the DefCamp community is the Hacking Village. In 2020 we moved fully online on the educational platform CyberEDU.
We still plan to host exciting infosec competitions from our main DefCamp Capture the Flag to the IoT Village and Social Engineering challenges. But of course we want to bring more every year as they attract lots of participants from all over the world. We are permanently looking for exciting contest proposals to be included in the Hacking Village so if you have any ideas, feel free to contact us.
We have a short wish list of competitions we would love to host for the DefCamp Community.
If you believe that you can support us to make any of those challenges happen, drop us a line.
You may want to consider these rules before sending your ideas:
/ When applying, make sure you have what it takes to make the contest happen.
/ It should be related to cyber security, obviously.
/ Don’t forget, there is no such thing as a bad contest.
What we are looking for?
- Connected Car Hacking (ex. CAN)
- Best Reverser (Reverse Engineering Challenges)
- Critical Infrastructure Attack (ex. SCADA/Best Practices etc)
- WAF Bypass
- Competitive Intelligence (Open Source Intelligence / OSINT)
- Red Team vs Blue Team CTF
- Find the bug/vulnerability
- Radio Village (eg. Hacking Doorbells, Alarm Systems, Wireless Sensors etc)
- Hardware Hacking (eg. Side Channels Attacks, Extract firmware, JTAG/SPI/UART Sniffing or Injection)