SANS HolidayHack Write Up

During this Christmas break, although I went back to Spain to stay with family and friends I still was able to get some time to look at the SANS HolidayHack 2012 CTF. I must say it has been great fun, the story was very creative with the Miser brother’s and Santa and all. I got stuck at some of the levels but was finally able to solve them all. I didn’t really want to steal much more time from family so my write-up might be a little bit rough. Nonetheless, I’m uploading it now that the CTF has finished and for those interested it can be found here.

Miser brothers

Miser brothers

Prizes haven’t been given yet, one to the best technical answer, one to the most original answer and one randomly assigned between the participants. Let’s see if I get lucky.

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