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Forensic Challenge 11 - "Dive Into Exploit" - And the winners are...

Folks,
Georg Wicherski has judged the two really cool submissions and results have been posted on the challenge page. The winners are:

1. Ruud Schramp
1.5. Carl Pulley

Forensic Challenge 11 - "Dive Into Exploit" - Submission Deadline Passed

Folks,
the submission deadline for the Forensic Challenge 11 "Dive Into Exploit" created by Georg Wicherski from Giraffe Chapter has passed.

We have received 2 good submissions and will be announcing results before the end of July. Without doubt, this challenge was one of the most difficult ones the Honeynet Project provided in the last years so we are really glad about the submitted solutions which seems really high-level at a first glance.

Angelo Dell'Aera
The Honeynet Project

Forensic Challenge 11 - "Dive Into Exploit" - Deadline Extended

Taking a look at the submissions we realized that... mmh no submissions at all... We already knew that solving this challenge requires high skills but it seems like more time is needed in order to solve the Forensic Challenge 11 - "Dive Into Exploit". For this reason we decided to extend the submission deadline to 2012, July 1st.

Have fun (and don't be shy)!

Angelo Dell'Aera
The Honeynet Project

Thug Plugin Framework

In the last months I spent a lot of efforts in Thug development. During these months a few interesting features and improvements were introduced but right now I want to spend some time for taking a look at the new plugin framework introduced in the version 0.3.0. If you ever thought about extending Thug with additional features but didn’t know how to do it you should really keep on reading. Let’s start by taking a look a the code.

Taking a look at src/thug.py we can now read these lines of code

216 if p:
217     ThugPlugins(PRE_ANALYSIS_PLUGINS, self)()

Forensic Challenge 11 - "Dive Into Exploit"

I am pleased to announce a new forensic challenge: Forensic Challenge 11 - "Dive Into Exploit"

The challenge has been created by Georg Wicherski from Giraffe Chapter.

Submission deadline is May 31th and we will be announcing winners (if any) around the last week of June 2012.

Have fun!

Angelo Dell'Aera
The Honeynet Project

Low-interaction honeyclient Thug released!

I'm glad to announce I finally publicly released a brand new low-interaction honeyclient I'm working on from a few months now. The project name is Thug and it was publicly presented a few hours ago during the Honeynet Project Security Workshop in Facebook HQ in Menlo Park. Please take a look at the (attached) presentation for details about Thug.

Just a few highlights about Thug:

  • DOM (almost) compliant with W3C DOM Core and HTML specifications (Level 1, 2 and partially 3) and partially compliant with W3C DOM Events and Style specifications

Forensic Challenge 10 - "Attack Visualization" - And the winners are...

Folks,
Ben Reardon has judged all submissions and results have been posted on the challenge page. The winners are:

1. Fabian Fischer
2. Chris Horsley
3. Fraser Scott
4. Dan Gleebits
5. Johnathan Tracz

Take a look at Ben's blog post for additional details. Congratulations to the winners and thanks to the other participants!

Angelo Dell'Aera
The Honeynet Project

Forensic Challenge 10 - "Attack Visualization" - Deadline Extended

Taking a look at the first submissions, it seems like more time is needed in order to solve the Forensic Challenge 10 - "Attack Visualization". For this reason we decided to extend the submission deadline to 2012, January 22th.

Have fun!

Angelo Dell'Aera
The Honeynet Project

Forensic Challenge 10 - "Attack Visualization"

I am pleased to announce the next forensic challenge: Forensic Challenge 10 - "Attack Visualization".

The challenge has been created by Ben Reardon from Australia Chapter.

Submission deadline is December 18th and we will be announcing winners around the last week of January 2012. We have a few small prizes for the top three submissions.

Have fun!

Angelo Dell'Aera
The Honeynet Project

Forensic Challenge 9 – “Mobile Malware” - And the winners are...

Folks,
Frank, Mahmud, Azizan and Matt have judged all submissions and results have been posted on the challenge web site. The winners are:

1. Emilien Girault
2. Yuhao Luo, Wenbo Yang and Juanru Li
3. José Lopes Esteves

Really congratulations to the winners and thanks to the other partecipants.

Stay tuned because a new challenge is going to start in the next hours!

Angelo Dell'Aera
The Honeynet Project

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