Hacker’s Dome – Double Kill | FREE Access

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CTF competitions are the perfect excuse to get together and hack at will. They’re also an entertaining and hands-on way to learn security.

As you all know, we created Hacker’s Dome as a place for CTF365 users to play weekend CTFs with great prizes. In order to get access to Hacker’s Dome, the first thing you need is a registered and confirmed CTF365 account.

First Blood was awesome and now it’s time to move on to the next one as we promised. This time will be different. Team based, FREE to all CTF365 registered (and confirmed) users, more flags and for sure, more fun.

Hacker’s Dome – Double Kill

 

Difficulty Grade: Beginner/Intermediate

Format: Team Based

Starting Date: July 26 2014 15:00 UTC

Ending Date: July 27 2014 15:00 UTC

Rules: Yet to come :-)

 

The Prizes:

First Place:

One year CTF365 Premium Access (because you love to train your skills)

Second Place:

6 Months CTF365 Premium Access (because you love to train your skills)

Third Place:

3 Months CTF365 Premium Access (because you love to train your skills)

More surprise prizes yet to come. 

Prepare your PenTest tools, tell your friends, challenge your enemies and get ready for the competition.

 

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CTF365 it’s a top notch Security Training Platform with a focus on Security Professionals, System Administrators and Web Developers that offers five stars services regarding training, learning and improving offensive and defensive web security

Any questions? Glad to answer. Stay secure while having fun.




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