EA - Lazy Dave
Dave, a game developer who felt especially lazy one day, left a backdoor on the main title server so he can do some remote work.
Can you help us out with locating it? Furthermore, we’ve heard that he keeps some game keys for EA titles… And you know what they say, right? Finders, keepers
Goal of the Competition
/ Contestants will upload signatures to Intrusion Prevention System (IPS) of their choice (available devices below).
/ After network connectivity is verified, legitimate traffic must be allowed.
/ *no port- or protocol-based signatures.
/ Signatures will then be tested against a multitude of exploit variants.
/ *Additional points available for specifically detecting threat.
/ Signatures will then be tested against FalsePositive versions of the exploits (traffic that may be non-standard, but doesn’t actually exploit the vulnerability).
/ *FalsePositives will lower your score
Can you protect the keys to your kingdom? Suitable prizes awarded for those who can.
* Contestants are encouraged to research and create signatures ahead of time.
* For those new to custom signature-development, signature templates will be available at the contest desk.
/ Do not attack the infrastructure. If you find a problem, please report to us.
/ Don’t ask for hints in private. We will only give hints that are available to all the teams.
/ For the final flag you are required to create a write-up.
/ Teams can have only one member.
/ You must be on-site to redeem your prize.
/ Final flag – 1xEA game for the first ten entries
/ Intermediary flag – EA SWAG
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