H3C2 2012

H3C2 Spring 2012

H3C2 or H3 Campus Challenge was inspired by the widely known DARPA Network Challenge.  The challenge was held April 1st – 7th, 2012 at the Georgia Tech Atlanta Campus.  Similar to a scavenger hunt H3C2 contained 10 “flags” (unique, unencrypted, wireless access points) that were scattered and activated throughout campus. Approximately 20 teams competed to locate as many flags as possible. The top ten teams were asked to present a short brief describing their strategy and approach to the challenge. 

Read the press release.

 

Online Challenge

The Epic Flag

  Are you up to the challenge? Test your skills! See if you can find the flag(s)!

Goal

There are 5 flags in this web app; anyone who discovers all 5 flag values and emails them to us at hungryhungryhackers@gtri.gatech.edu will receive an awesome prize! Be the first to find and report all 5 flags and your prize will be that much more awesome!

 

Rules

We’re not your mom or anything, but we figured it would be good to lay down a few ground rules:

1. Don’t be a jerk. The point of H3 is to have fun and learn. We’ll be moderating the challenge, keeping the peace, and poking around a bit to see how you guys are doing.
2. The only thing we are giving you permission to hack is the flag provided at http://130.207.202.6; If you hack anything else, you run a high risk of being in a world of trouble. Only hack http://130.207.202.6/
3. Don’t cheat! This is a not team based challenge! Sharing the flag values with others who haven’t earned it makes people who have actually done the work to get the values seem less awesome, and we want to be able to recognize that awesomeness.

 

A Quick Side Note: We are monitoring all activity on this ip. We’re doing this so we can not only verify that you’re playing by the rules, but also so we can see what you’ve done. Who knows, you might do something so ridiculously brilliant that we ask you to talk about it during the event or we give you a cookie (the edible kind) or both!

 

 

Registration Closed

Registration is now Full!

Sorry Guys, but We have closed registration. We based our registration cap off of a hard limit on our infrastructure. Many have emailed wanting to still try to come by and see if anyone doesn’t show or if there is any extra space. If you want to do this you can, but we can’t make any guarantee that any spaces will be open. Sorry for the inconvenience, we’ll try our best to up that cap next year

Yours Truly,
The H3 Team


 

Rules 2011

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.

Requirement 1
Make sure you bring your Student ID
Requirement 2
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.
Requirement 3
Bring your registration comfirmation; 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.
Requirement 4
Bring your thinking cap and your sense of humor.
Rule 1
Don’t be a jerk; Attacking your fellow H3’s isn’t very nice AND will result in immediate ejection from the competition
Rule 2
Please do not delete any log files; We use this information to track who has completed which portions of the competition.
Rule 3
No Denial of Service Attacks or ARP Poisoning, please and thank you.
Rule 4
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
Rule 5
Do not spoof your MAC address – especially if you want to get any points for any of your accomplishments
Rule 6
If you do anything stupid or illegal, you may be subject to ridicule and prosecution

 

Rules 2010

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.

Requirement 1
You must have a way to connect to both wired and wireless networks. You can do this with one computer you can do this with 2 computers. Just make sure you can do it.
Requirement 2
Make sure you bring your Buzzcard.
Requirement 3
Bring your registration comfirmation; 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.
Requirement 4
Bring your thinking cap and your sense of humor
Rule 1
Don’t be a jerk; Attacking your fellow H3’s isn’t very nice AND will result in immediate ejection from the competition
Rule 2
Please do not delete any log files; We use this information to track who has completed which portions of the competition.
Rule 3
No denial of Service Attacks or ARP Poisoning, please and thank you.
Rule 4
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
Rule 5
Do not spoof your MAC address – especially if you want to get any points for any of your accomplishments
Rule 6
If you do anything stupid or illegal you may be subject to ridicule and prosecution

 

H3 2011 Agenda

Announced Agenda:

Tutorial 08.00 – 10.00
Check-In 07.30 – 09.30
Late Registration 09.30 – 10.00
Competition begins 10.00 – 13.00
Lunch 13.00 – 14.00
Competition Continues 14.00 – 19.00
Dinner 19.00 – 20.00
Competition continues 20.00 – 22.00
Winners Annouced/Awards Presented 22.00 – 00.00

 

A Few Contest Details:

Parking is free in the deck next to the conference center please park on the top floor of the parking deck!

We’ll also have a couple of vans running from 0730-0830 and 0930-1030 at 15 minute intervals. We will pickup at the bus stop in front of Klaus

At leaving time, we recommend using the stingerette, however we can also offer you a ride if necessary

Bring your own Box and Sudent ID!

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 destress in the room next door. The competition will end at 22.00, 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.


 

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The Setup

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The Hacking

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The Party Room

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The Tutorial

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Hacking Observation

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The Awards Presentation!

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H3C2 Front Page

Building on its annual individual hacking challenges, Hungry Hungry Hackers (H3) presents the H3 Campus Challenge (H3C2), a “find the flags” event built on teamwork that engages the broader Campus Community.

H3C2 was a weeklong event beginning Sunday, April 1, 2012. at 8 a.m. Ten Wireless access points, which served as the competition’s “flags”, were activated throughout the Georgia Tech Campus; teams had until noon on April 7 to locate as many flags as possible. Winners were announced at 6 p.m. and congratulated at an awards ceremony. The competition was inspired in part by the DARPA Network Challenge.

Rules
Don’t do anything illegal or violate campus policies. If you do, you may be subject to ridicule, prosecution, and immediate disqualification from the game

 

Don’t touch/modify/jam/move/etc any of the ten approved wireless access points. If you want to know if something is against the rules, ask us
Prizes
1st Place: $1000 Technology Shopping Spree

 

2nd Place: $500 Technology Shopping Spree

 

3rd Place: $250 Technology Shopping Spree

 

Find three flags?: Get shirts for you team! (Max 10 per team)

 

H3C2 is a free event that we hope to continue next year.

Events

H3 C2 2012

Hungry Hungry Hackers proudly presented it’s first annual campus wide challenge in Spring 2012! This event was targeted towards everyone on campus, regardless of major. Read more about the event and keep an eye out for our next event! To get the latest updates Follow us on Twitter!

 

H3 2011

Our second annual H3 Hacking Competition was held Saturday, August 27th 2011 at the GTRI Conference Center and was open to all students. Congrats to winners Yeong Jin Jang, Glenn Hollingsworth, and Abhishek Shroff who one first, second, and third places respectively. Check out the event feed on our twitter profile!

 

H3 2010

Our first H3 Hacking Competition was held Saturday, October 23rd 2010 from 10.00 to 22.00 at the GTRI Conference Center. Shauvik Roy Choudhary placed first, taking home the grand prize of $750 cash. The second place winner Ben Blount and the third place winner Yeong Jin Jang took home $150 and $100 respectively. You can read the initial press release, read the follow-up press release, and check out H3 2010’s competition rules.

 


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