No, really, what is Fuzzy Land?
Glad you asked! Fuzzy Land is a CTF hosted by LosFuzzys & friends from Graz. In contrast to many other CTFs, it is not running for a day or a weekend, but 24/7 until we run out of bugs, or motivation. So feel free to take all the time you need to look at our challenges. Don't forget to solve them, though! And if you like it, join our weekly LosFuzzys meeting!
What are the rules?
- Don't share flags with other players.
- Don't attack anything except challenges.
- Challenges are hosted on *.chals.fuzzy.land
- Don't attack the game infrastructure
- No brute forcing of challenge flags against the scoring site
- Don't cause unnecessarily high loads for CPU, traffic, memory, I/O, etc. ("denial of service")
I can't solve challenge X!
That's not a question. Try harder. ;)
I think I broke a challenge. What do I do now?
Please contact us at we [at] hack [dot] more [dot] systems and we'll try to fix it as soon as possible.
I am bored! Can you help me?
The goal of this CTF is to allow people to practice their skills and have fun. We ask you to avoid spoiling other's fun unnecessarily.
We want the competition to be a pleasant experience for all participants, regardless of their gender, sexual orientation, race, religion, skill level, personal background or any other criteria. Therefore, we do not tolerate harassment in any form.
This especially applies to our official communication channels, i.e. IRC and Twitter. Misbehavior may lead to a ban from these communication channels and the CTF.
What is the sasd category?
Challenges used in IAIK's Security Aspects in Software Development lecture. Students who solve this challenges get bonus points for the lecture exam. (Hint: Check out the course wiki for details.)
What is the spring category?
Challenges used in IAIK's Security & Privacy in Modern Web Services seminar. Students are solving and discussing this challenges during the seminar.
What is the ak1 category?
Challenges used in IAIK's Applied Cryptography lecture.
What is the secuso category?
Challenges used in Uni-Due's Secure Software Systems lecture.