DSO-NUS CTF 2021 is a cybersecurity Capture-The-Flag challenge open to all students from local tertiary institutions, jointly organised by DSO National Laboratories and NUS Computing.
The CTF challenges are designed to teach fundamental principles and skills in malware/binary reverse-engineering for a practical or applied R&D career in cybersecurity.
meet the team
This challenge is open to all students from local tertiary institutions. An email address from a Singapore tertiary institution (University, Polytechnic, Integrated Programme, Junior College, Institute of Technical Education) is required for successful registration. Singaporeans and non-Singaporeans are welcome to participate.
You may participate as an individual or as a team of 2.
Winners will be decided based on the scores, subject to follow-on verification. Winners will be contacted via email within two weeks after the competition ends.
Participants who engage in cheating or anomalous behaviour (e.g., seeking external help, sharing flags or hints, attacking the infrastructure) will be disqualified at the sole discretion of the organisers.
(up to 45 Teams)
Work it backwards
Web & Crypto Security