Registration

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Registering Online is strongly encouraged because space is limited. Doing this will also help to expedite the check-in process. If you miss the opportunity to register online, we will hold a late registration phase on the day of the event beginning at 0930 – IF there is space.

Please Don’t Be Late Those who registered online will be given preference from 0730-0930; at 1000 IF there is still space available in the competition, we WILL allow a walk-up registration. Spaces will be assigned on a first come, first serve basis. If you arrive past 1000 and you registered online, you will no longer be given preference – you’ll be treated as a walk-up registrant.

We will be monitoring all local network traffic at the competition for purposes of ensuring adherence to the rules, scoring and research/study. The target network for the competition will only be accessed via the wired connection; the only internet provided will be LAWN access. So make sure you’re familiar with OIT’s Computer & Network Usage and Security Policy (CNUSP) and GT Data Access Policy (DAP).

We will have some talks and tutorials by security professionals in addition to the tutorial at the beginning of the day.  Feel free to take breaks and attend these as you see fit.  There will also be a video game system, movie, snacks, and beverage throughout the day in the student lounge.

 

If you agree to all the rules and requirements, please go ahead and…

 

Really Register Now!

 

Sponsors:

 

Yahoo          Dell SecureWorks     PWC

 

Stach &amp Liu     

Rules 2012

So we have a few rules and requirements (subject to change) and we really think you should read them. Why? Because if you violate them, we reserve the right to disqualify you and kick you out of the competition. Also if you don’t bring all the recommended items, you could be at a huge disadvantage.

 

What do I need to bring?

  • your Student ID.
  • You must have a way to connect to both wired and wireless networks. You can do this with one computer or you can do this with 2 computers. Just make sure you can do it. Note that if you can’t connect to a wired network you will not be able to connect to the competition network.
  • your registration confirmation; this should have been emailed to you. If you didn’t receive an email confirmation, something went wrong with the registration process. Let us know, and we’ll help you sort it out.
  • your thinking cap and your sense of humor.

 

What if registration fills up? What do I do?

  • We recommend registering as early as possible to secure your spot.
  • If registration does fill up before you have the chance to register, we will run a wait list.  This wait list will also be first come, first serve.

 

What are the rules for the competition?

  1. Don’t be a jerk; Attacking your fellow H3’s isn’t very nice AND will result in immediate ejection from the competition.
  2. Have fun! Not only is H3 is intended to be a learning experience for everyone, it is also meant to be fun 🙂
  3. Please do not delete any log files; We use this information to track who has completed which portions of the competition.
  4. No Denial of Service Attacks or ARP Poisoning, please and thank you.
  5. For the contest, you will be given a range of IP addresses that point to vulnerable hosts; Don’t attack anyone/anything else. We will take your points away.
  6. Do not spoof your MAC address – especially if you want to get any points for any of your accomplishments.
  7. If you do anything stupid or illegal, you may be subject to ridicule and prosecution.

H3 2013

Ready for the next round of H3?  Join us on August 24th and show us how you hack!

 

H3 2013 will be held Saturday, August 24, 2013 in the GTRI Conference Center at 250 14th street just off of Georgia Tech’s Main Campus.

Look forward to a day of food, fun, and hacking! Stay tuned for information about the competition, tutorial sessions, informative talks, and networking opportunities from some of the best and brightest in cyber security. We’ll be posting the agenda soon!

Registration is $5. Space for the competition is limited and will be available on a first come, first serve basis, with preference given to those who register in advance. Registration will be opening soon!!

 

 

H3 2012 will be held Saturday, August 25, 2012 in the GTRI Conference Center at 250 14th street just off of Georgia Tech’s Main Campus.

Look forward to a day of food, fun, and hacking! Stay tuned for information about tutorial sessions, the competition, informative talks and networking opportunities from some of the best and brightest in Security. We’ll be posting the agenda soon!

Registration is $5, and space for the competition is limited, and available on a first come, first serve basis, with preference given to those who register in advance. Check back soon to register!

 

Required for Participation: 

  1. Register
  2. Bring your own box with an ethernet port
  3. Bring your own Student ID!

 

A Few Additional Contest Details:

Not only is parking free in the deck next to the conference center, but your $5 registration fee covers some sweet swag, food, snacks and drinks all day!

We will be running a couple of vans between main campus and the GTRI Conference Center for safety reasons. We will post more details soon!

When you’re ready to go home, we recommend using the Stingerette service provided by Georgia Tech if you didn’t drive.  We will also have vans available to safely take you home. Please be conscious of your safety!

To kick off the competition itself, participants will be briefed and rules and prizes will be revealed; the competition will begin shortly afterwards. A more detailed agenda will be released soon. The competition will end at 2200, and the winner(s) will be announced shortly thereafter.  We will be monitoring all local network traffic at the competition for purposes of ensuring adherence to the rules and scoring.

 

 

 

H3 2012 (3)

Ready for the next round of H3?  Join us on August 25th and show us how you hack!

 

H3 2012 will be held Saturday, August 25, 2012 in the GTRI Conference Center at 250 14th street just off of Georgia Tech’s Main Campus.

Look forward to a day of food, fun, and hacking! Similar to last year, we will have a tutorial session in the morning (0800-1000) and the rest of the day will be dedicated to the competition, informative talks and networking opportunities from some of the best and brightest in Security. Check back frequently for updates and new information!

Registration is $5, and space for the competition is limited, and available on a first come, first serve basis, with preference given to those who register in advance. So what are you waiting for? 

Register Now!!

H3 2012 will be held Saturday, August 25, 2012 in the GTRI Conference Center at 250 14th street just off of Georgia Tech’s Main Campus.

Look forward to a day of food, fun, and hacking! Similar to last year, we will have a tutorial session in the morning (0800-1000) and the rest of the day will be dedicated to the competition, informative talks and networking opportunities from some of the best and brightest in Security. Check back frequently for updates and new information!

Registration is $5, and space for the competition is limited, and available on a first come, first serve basis, with preference given to those who register in advance. So what are you waiting for?

 

Required for Participation: 

  1. Register
  2. Bring your own box with an ethernet port
  3. Bring your own Student ID!

 

A Few Additional Contest Details:

Not only is parking free in the deck next to the conference center, but your $5 registration fee covers some sweet swag, food, snacks and drinks all day!

We will be running a couple of vans between main campus and the GTRI Conference Center for safety reasons. We will post more details soon!

When you’re ready to go home, we recommend using the Stingerette service provided by Georgia Tech if you didn’t drive.  We will also have vans available to safely take you home. Please be conscious of your safety!

To kick off the competition itself, participants will be briefed and rules and prizes will be revealed; the competition will begin shortly afterwards. During the competition there will be 2 network shutdowns, one during the lunch hour and during the dinner hour. These network shutdowns are intended to give participants the opportunity to network with Security Professionals, Sponsors, potential future employers, and other participants without the risk of losing a competitive advantage. In addition to a lunch and dinner, we’ll be providing snacks throughout the durating of the competition as well as a variety of fun activities to de-stress in the room next door. The competition will end at 2200, and the winner(s) will be announced shortly thereafter.  We will be monitoring all local network traffic at the competition for purposes of ensuring adherence to the rules and scoring.


 

Sponsors:

 

Yahoo Dell SecureWorks PWC

 

Stach &amp Liu