Come Join us July 19th for a Wireless CTF for Booty
Hosted at Unallocated Space, 512 Shaw Ct #105, Severn, MD 21144
The CTF will run from 1400 - 2300hrs
This Capture the Flag contest designed to test your wireless and penetration skills whether you are new to wireless or an experienced wireless penetration tester.
Bring your wireless rig, pentesting platform of choice and expect to be challenged.
- The scope of the contest is 802.11 with challenges varying from the entry level to experienced
- Offense is as important as defense. All systems will be on the same network. Your only access is 802.11. You must use the access gained in and remain connected.
- There are clues everywhere. As warranted we will provide periodic updates so make sure you pay attention to what's happening at the CTF desk.
- Ask if you have a question, and we will determine if we will answer.
- For this stage, all points are awarded by capturing and submitting flags. Each flag has its own unique number of points available.
The organizers request that participants in the CTF please make a minimum suggested donation of $24.00 per participant. All donations are tax deductible and participants will be given a receipt for their records.
This event is a fundraiser put on by the Rad Racing team to raise money for the Columbia - “24 Hours of Booty” Event that will happen in Columbia, August 23-24, 2014. For more specific information about the Columbia event you can check their Website.
This 24-hour cycling event raises local and national funds for cancer-fighting programs. It began in Charlotte as a 24 hour bike ride and later expanded to Indianapolis, Columbia and Atlanta. Held on a traffic free loop, the event brings together cyclists of all abilities. The only requirement is a bicycle (or unicycle!) and a passion for fighting cancer. When you ride, donate or volunteer at 24 Hours of Booty, you get so much more than miles on your bike.
The event in Columbia will be benefiting The Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults - Baltimore, MD. The Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults (UCF) was established in 1997 by Doug Ulman, a three-time cancer survivor who now serves as President and CEO of The LIVESTRONG Foundation. The UCF’s mission is to support, educate and connect young adults affected by cancer so that no young adult fights cancer alone. More information about the UCF can be found on their Website.
24 Hours of booty also supports the Livestrong foundation based in Austin Texas. The Livestrong Foundation is a United States nonprofit organization that provides support for people affected by cancer. The foundation, based in Austin, Texas, was established in 1997 by a cancer survivor. More information about the Livestrong organization can be found at their Website.