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First off let me just say a big thank you to the MWR guys who put this CTF together, usually I don’t partake in CTFs because the skillset required is usually out of my grasp (IANAP).

To have developed this CTF in a manner that allows people who do not work with crypto/hackz0r wizardry to still have a chance of solving the problems is awesome! I didn’t solve all of the problems, but I did spend far too much of my free time and apologise to the many bars I had to let down during that time. After this writeup I shall resume my social responsibilities ;)

Each of the various problems took my many hours of frustrating, wallpunching, facepalming and omgnoobing to complete, however I will just go over the solutions to each of them without the hours of frustration — the tl;dr of each one if you will.

Challenges:

Challenge 1 ( GUASS RIFLE ) — A book cipher requiring you to parse various words from lines in books
Challenge 2 ( RADIATION POISONING ) — An LSB Stego QR code that needed to be decoded and then parsed
Challenge 3 — Not completed
Challenge 4 ( FACSIMILE ) — A audio fax that needed to be decoded
Challenge 5 ( GREEN SKIN ) — A literal jigsaw puzzle representing 4 sides of a puzzle piece with 3 characters
Challenge 6 ( WHIRLPOOL ) — A multiple times rotated image that needed to be ‘unrotated’
Challenge 7 ( SCORCHED EARTH ) — An Office document with a weak password
Challenge 8 ( SMOG AND SMOKE ) — A Modified playfair cipher that needed to be recronstructed based on solar systems
Challenge 9 — Not completed
Challenge 10 — Not completed

If you have the writeup to challenges 3/9/10 please let me know so I can link to them!

GitHub

All the challenges/instruction text and solutions are available on the following github: https://github.com/AndrewMohawk/HackFu2016

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