Challenges and CTFs stimulate interest in the in-depth study of the topic of cyber security, revealing various aspects of this field. They also help participants develop the skills to work under pressure and make quick decisions, which are essential in real-world cyber attack and defense scenarios. All this makes the challenges and CTFs not only exciting interactive competitions, but also a valuable resource for improving the level of knowledge and skills in the field of cyber security. These competitions can take a variety of formats, including online and offline challenges, team or individual competitions, and competitions with different levels of difficulty. They cover various aspects of cyber security such as code rewriting, vulnerability analysis, message decryption, fraud and many more.
Participating in challenges and CTFs allows you to practice skills in real-world scenarios, which helps improve efficiency and speed of problem solving. They also teach how to analyze tasks, find new solutions and overcome difficulties, which are important skills in the field of cyber security. In addition, challenges and CTFs contribute to the development of the cybersecurity community by facilitating the exchange of knowledge and experience among participants. They create a platform for learning from each other, solving joint tasks and mutual support. In recent years, challenges and CTFs have become an important element of the cybersecurity industry, attracting the attention of not only novices, but also professionals. These competitions help bring awareness to cybersecurity issues, encouraging more people to learn about the field and contribute to protecting the online environment.
Interactive gaming community where members share pictures and use their flexibility and ingenuity to guess and create clues. This engaging game is based on interaction through images and text comments, creating an interesting and engaging group dynamic.
This is a training course on the TryHackMe platform aimed at training in the field of search using Google Dorking. Google Dorking is a technique of searching the Internet using special search queries to help find vulnerabilities, data leaks, and other information.
“OSINT Quiz 2020” is an interactive game aimed at testing and improving knowledge in the field of open source intelligence (OSINT). The game includes various questions and tasks related to finding, analyzing and using publicly available information from the Internet.
“The Insider Threat CTF” is an exciting and educational competition designed to explore and understand insider cyber threats and risks. This is a Capture The Flag (CTF) competition that focuses on simulating situations where internal staff or employees may pose a potential threat to an organization’s cybersecurity.
Innovative platform aimed at teaching and improving skills in the field of information search and gathering (sourcing). This platform offers users exciting games and challenges that help them develop effective and productive methods of discovering resources, data and content on the Internet.
“TryHackMe Geolocating Images” is TryHackMe’s interactive learning platform aimed at teaching and practicing image geolocating skills. This is an educational task or course that helps participants understand and gain practical knowledge about locating where photos or images were taken.
“Whatisthisthing” is a platform or resource designed to identify unknown objects, items, things or other elements using community or artificial intelligence. This concept can be used in different contexts.
Trace Labs is designed to be a catalyst for improving the state of missing persons and family reunification. We offer a modern, cost-effective and transparent solution to a problem that is destroying families.
This is an online game designed to test and develop Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) skills. The game offers participants a series of tasks and questions related to searching, analyzing.
“TryHackMe OHSINT” is a training course or platform using interactive tasks aimed at learning and practicing Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) skills. OSINT involves the collection and analysis of public information from various sources to gain situational understanding, uncover security issues, and identify vulnerabilities.
Automated bot or program designed to conduct virtual challenges or quizzes on the subject of verification and validation of participants’ knowledge. This bot can be used in different contexts such as educational institutions, online courses or even in forums and communities to test the level of knowledge of users.
Designed to test various OSINT techniques. After a little research, most novice OSINT practitioners will be able to complete these tasks. This room will walk you through a sample OSINT investigation where you will be asked to identify multiple identifiers and other information to help catch a cyber criminal.