Cyberworkplace provide free cybersecurity training and coaching to tech-savvy youngsters such as gamers, hackers, and students, who lack practical experience in their study programs. We help them develop the skills they need for the 21st-century cybersecurity labor market and link them to leading (IT) security companies and organizations for internships and more. Learn more about us here.
In cooperation with the Dutch Police (Gamechangers) we offer you a CTF in which you can do various hacking challenges, from beginner to advanced. Challenge yourself and test your hacking skills by following the steps below:
- In order to get access to the CTF, send a mail to firstname.lastname@example.org including your full name, email and date of birth. We will handle your data in accordance to our Privacy Statement.
- Once you receive an email from us including the credentials, register yourself at https://ctf.cyberworkplace.tech/ as a player. Make sure you use the same email that you used in the registration form.
- In order to access the challenges, you should create an unofficial team (required for individual players as well). Challenges are divided in 3 groups: Warmup, Superhero and Competitive. Each group consist of six challenges.
- The first person to collect all the flags or the person with the highest score until 1st of June 2020 will receive a nice prize.
IMPORTANT! By registering, you agree not to use automated tools in order to solve the challenges.
The highest possible score is 2400 points.
If you are stuck, have any questions or suggestions, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Are you gamer/hacker or a tech savvy dropout? Do you want to meet like minded people and learn how to hack? Join Cyberworkplace! Find out more here.
Credits to Radically Open Security for developing the CTF and Daniel Abrahams, Cyberworkplace volunteer for the CTF maintenance.