The ALLES! CTF (ctftime.org) took place from 04/09/2020, 16:00 UTC to 06/09/2020, 19:00 UTC with a variety of interesting, creative challenges.
Within this article I want to share my writeup on the two challenges Actual ASLR 1 and 2, which were authored by LiveOverflow. What I especially liked about the challenge(s) is that you could make progression step by step even getting a first flag on the way to a full shell, which grants access to the second flag.
The article is divided into the following sections:
As last year, there were plenty of diversified challenges, which were worked out very well.
I tried to take at least a look at as much challenges as possible and solved the challenge Quantum Key Distribution, which was relatively easy based on the amounts of solves. Within this article I want to share my writeup on this challenge.
The writeup is divided into the following sections:
The CTF was worked out very well. There have been plenty of interesting and creative challenges.
This time I decided to focus on the category web and managed to solve the challenge JS safe 2.0, which was the easiest one of the web-challenges based on the amount of solves. Nevertheless it really took my some time to dodge all the pitfalls I stumbled upon while solving the challenge.