The inaugural C2C was hosted online by Royal Holloway University of London on December 2020.

https://www.c2c-ctf.org

CHECK OUT SOME EXPERIENCES FROM

LAST YEAR COMPETITION 

"The competition itself turned out to be more approachable than I expected – the event organisers managed to create a competition that was both accessible to beginners and had challenging problems for those with more experience. The range of problems was also very diverse – this is one of the few times I’ve seen an open-source intelligence (OSINT) category on a CTF."

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Trinity College Student, 

Euan Ong,

a member of a winning team

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"Royal Holloway PhD students among the winners of global cybersecurity contest."

Global CTF winners:

Claudio Rizzo, Emanuele Uliana and Roberto Jordaney

For the full article >> 

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COUNTRY TO COUNTRY 2020

FINAL LEADERBOARD

 
 

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  • 1st place: BONTS (Team Number 24)

    • Tarun Patel (Edith Cowan University)

    • Birk Tjelmeland (University of Cambridge)

    • Oliver Wales (University of Cambridge)

    • Daniel Getter (George Mason University)

    • Marcel Armour (Royal Holloway, University of London)
       

  • 2nd place: 0x45 (Team Number 10)

    • Simon Fabian Schwarz (University of Cambridge)

    • Ksenia Budykho (University of Surrey)

    • Ian Palmer (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

    • James Whaley (Royal Holloway, University of London)

    • Michael Shafir (Ben-Gurion University)
       

  • 3rd place: Anonymouse (Team Number 23)

    • Jorge Sanz (University of Edinburgh)

    • Asaf Rubinfeld (Technion)

    • Euan Ong (University of Cambridge)

    • Tibor Sárvári (University of Cambridge)

    • Jose Mejia - Arevalo (George Mason University)

 

 

The full leaderboard is available here.

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