PLAYER SKILL LEVEL:
This competition is designed for players with a beginner to intermediate level of
experience in the security field. This is part of the reason why it is a team
competition as well, because it forces you to work with other players and that
facilitates the learning. The skills tested and developed in this competition
include familiarization with both Windows and Linux/Unix, the ability to perform
simple administrative tasks such as adding/removing users, installing/upgrading
software, enabling/disabling services, to security tasks such as system security
auditing (penetration testing or ethical hacking), system performance and log file
analysis, intrusion detection, and incident response/forensics. Remember the goal of
this as well as any other LSO hacking competition is learning. Dont worry if you
are new to the field, dont worry if you dont know Linux, all of this is
addressed by playing in teams allowing you to learn from and help other players.
WHAT YOU NEED:
In order to participate in the hacking competition you will need an IRC client, and
an SSH client. If you are using Windows you may want to try an IRC client called
Download mIRC - www.mirc.com/get.html
How to Install - www.mirc.com/install.html
Intro to IRC - www.mirc.com/irc.html
Next you will need an SSH client such as putty.exe. You can find Putty, and various
other Putty files at:
http://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~sgta ... nload.html
The direct download for putty is:
http://the.earth.li/~sgtatham/putty/lat ... /putty.exe
WHERE TO MEET:
We will all meet on IRC.
IRC Command List: http://ircportal.star-fury.com/html/irc_commands.html
if you know you are playing email email@example.com and let him know or just show up!
tomorrows RW will be a multi part challenge against a network, no securing your box or attacking the other team
if you have any questions post them up.