RuCTF is an annual open intercollegiate competition and conference on information security. We are always glad to have new participants. To take part in RuCTF, you need to have a students-only team and win an invitation at RuCTFE (E stands for Extended) — online competition on information security.

RuCTF Finals is conducted according to the classic CTF rules. The teams get identical servers with a set of vulnerable services which periodically receive private data, called flags, from jury. The goal of each team is to find vulnerabilities, fix them at their own server and use them to get flags from rivals.

Also we have traditional RuCTF Conference. The conference of RuCTF 2019 briefly: a lot about Web by Digital Security, and c00kies, social engeneering by pranker Lexus, hardware vulnerabilites by Egor Xarlan Litvinov and Hardware Village, a bit about simplification of work with Hex Rays from Groke, OSINT in forensics by soxoj, Lockpick section and quests in HackZone by DC7495, MechCult and friends, non-technical talks by Dmitriy Sklyarov from Positive Technologies and Sergey Krasnov from USSC.

In 2020 we did not have the opportunity to conduct RuCTF, but we have RuCTFE 2020 Conference, that will be held online.

If you’re interested in our history, you can check out previous RuCTF events: 2008, 2008.5, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019

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