As always, Disobey has a bunch of competitions for you to hack your way through.
Find some of those below – and the rest at the event!
Find NotMyNick inside the venue without authorised access credentials. If you already have a badge, you will be disqualified.
The first to hack themselves into the event wins an official badge and entry to the event. And only the first one will be awarded – any later ones will be politely escorted out.
Please note that this competition may lead to physical harm, removal from the venue and depending on techniques used having the authorities called on you.
Don’t get caught.
Ever since the second Disobey, there has been some form of a badge and a puzzle that goes with it. While the puzzles have been unique, the common thread is that you won't be able to do the challenge alone. You need to recruit some friends into your team to be able to gather all the clues and solve all the riddles – not to mention to hack all the things.
During the previous years, you have had to connect your badge to other badges, decode morse code from LEDs, etc. One thing is certain: this year something is different from the previous year.
In a CTF, teams compete in solving hacker-minded challenges of varying types and skill levels. More solves, more points. Most points, victory.
Are you ready for creativity and out of the box thinking? Scavenger hunt is back and will test your skills on multiple levels. The game will consist of 25 tasks and the winner is the team (yes, team) that gains the most points and that completes task number 25. The list of activities will be revealed when you register (if you can find the registration desk) for the game. To score a point certain evidence needs to be presented to the judges.
Game time will be Friday 12.00 - Saturday 21.00. The winner of the game will be announced during the closing ceremony.
To get you kickstarted for the game (and to give an advantage) here are 2 task for the game:
– An empty box with a twist
– An actual object made from recycled material