Udemy – A Beginners Guide to Capture the flag CTF 2023

Udemy – A Beginners Guide to Capture the flag CTF 2023
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What you’ll Learn:
• About Capture the flag (CTF)
• About Bug Bounty Hunter
• Type of CTF
• OWASP Top 10
• Bug Bounty Method
• CTF Category

The First Question will be what is The “Capture the flag (CTF)”?

Capture the Flag (CTF) is a special kind of information security competitions. There are three common types of CTFs: Jeopardy, Attack-Defence and mixed.

1. Jeopardy-style CTFs has a couple of questions (tasks) in range of categories. For example,
Web, Forensic, Crypto, Binary or something else. Team can gain some points for every
solved task. More points for more complicated tasks usually. The next task in chain can be
opened only after some team solve previous task. Then the game time is over sum of
points shows you a CTF winer. Famous example of such CTF is Defcon CTF quals.
2. Attack-defence is another interesting kind of competitions. Here every team has own
network(or only one host) with vulnarable services. Your team has time for patching your
services and developing exploits usually. So, then organizers connects participants of
competition and the wargame starts! You should protect own services for defence points
and hack opponents for attack points. Historically this is a first type of CTFs, everybody
knows about DEF CON CTF – something like a World Cup of all other competitions.
3. Mixed competitions may vary possible formats. It may be something like wargame with
special time for task-based elements (e.g. UCSB iCTF).

CTF games often touch on many other aspects of information security: cryptography, stego, binary analysis, reverse engeneering, mobile security and others. Good teams generally have strong skills and experience in all these issues.

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