Bogus “CyBRICS” events precaution
6 December 2022
⚠️ Please Note: competition runners of CyBRICS Capture The Flag 2019, 2020 and 2021 (SPbCTF community) have not announced any plans on holding CyBRICS in 2023.
If anyone invites you to support, endorse or take part in an event claiming to be “CyBRICS”, we advise against looking at previous years’ CyBRICS CTFs to gauge the new event’s level, and suggest treating it as a separate event with no prior history—previous showrunners and challenge developers are not associated with running that one.
29 September 2019 17:00 UTC
The Final Round is finished. Congratulations to fargate, Bushwhackers and SUSlo.PAS! Full scoreboard →
28 July 2019 9:30 UTC
Statistics are out. E.g. did you know that hxp submitted their first flag 2 sec after the beginning of the game? →
21 July 2019 10:00 UTC
CyBRICS Quals are finished. Thanks to all the teams and congrats to the winners! Final scoreboard →
21 July 2019 9:00 UTC
For the last hour, the scoreboard is hidden. Time for the last push! Don't distract yourself with others' scores.
20 July 2019 15:30 UTC
New challenge: Fixaref, with some unintended bugs present in Caesaref fixed →
Where Some Flags Are
20 July 2019 14:40 UTC
To save some guessing, Paranoid — current password, oldmanStack — C:\FLAG_INSIDE\H0H0H0.FLAG, Construction — py script.
All Tasks Open
20 July 2019 11:00 UTC
All tasks are open. Good luck, have fun! If you think a challenge is down, or flag isn't accepted, report it to the orgas →
Start & Telegram
20 July 2019
Quals are starting at 10:00 UTC. Good luck! Watch out for announcements in our Telegram group @cybrics →
13 July 2019
To be eligible for the on-site Final Round, you need to make sure that your team satisfies six checkpoints →
12 July 2019
XCTF organizing commitee gives Top-1 team (not necessarily academic) at CyBRICS Quals, a spot in XCTF Finals 2019 in China →
4 July 2019
We are inviting you to take part in CyBRICS. Jeopardy Quals, A&D Finals for only academic teams, 18 000 USD prize pool →