Ph0wn: A CTF Dedicated to Smart Devices

November 27, 2017

We have organized a Capture The Flag event this week. Codenamed Ph0wn, this CTF is really unique because it is dedicated to smart devices. This CTF is free and takes place this Wednesday, November 29, 2017, starting at 6pm at Campus SophiaTech, Sophia Antipolis, France - where our FortiSmart research team is located. Traditional CTFs include challenges on standard infrastructures: PCs, servers, webservers, etc. And from time to time, some CTFs feature hardware challenges. (We should probably cite Hardwear.io CTF , and RHME3 for automotive.)...

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