Congrats to the Winners of the 2021 Metasploit Community CTF
Thanks to everyone who participated in this year's Metasploit community CTF! In this post, we're announcing the winners.
Congrats to the winners of the 2020 December Metasploit community CTF
Thank you all that participated in the 2020 December Metasploit community CTF
[/2020/11/19/announcing-the-2020-december-metasploit-community-ctf/]! The four
day CTF was well received by the community, with 874 teams and 1903 users
registered! We’ve included the high-level stats and the competition winners
below. If you played the CTF and want to let the Metasploit team know which
challenges you found exhilarating, interesting, or infuriating (in a good way,
of course), we have a feedback survey
Announcing the 2020 December Metasploit community CTF
It’s time for another Metasploit community CTF! This time around we’re doing a few things differently. Read on for details.
Congrats to the winners of the 2020 Metasploit community CTF
After four days of competition and a whole lot of “trying harder,” we have the
winners of this year's Metasploit community CTF
[/2020/01/15/announcing-the-2020-metasploit-community-ctf/]. We've included some
high-level stats from the game below; check out the scoreboard here
[https://metasploitctf.com/scoreboard]. If you played the CTF and want to let
the Metasploit team know which challenges you found exhilarating, interesting,
or infuriating (in a good way, of course), we have a feedback surve
Announcing the 2020 Metasploit community CTF
Metasploit's community CTF is back! Starting January 30, players will have four days to find flags and win points and glory. Teams welcome.
Capture the Flag: Red Team vs. Cloud SIEM
Here's how InsightIDR fared in a recent Capture the Flag (CTF) meetup with a special blue-team element.
Announcing the 2018 Metasploit Community CTF
Two targets, three days, and a thousand teams: Put your skills to the test for a chance to win prizes and bragging rights in Metasploit’s 2018 community CTF.
Capture the Flag
Congrats to the 2017 Community CTF Winners
It’s official: The 2017 Metasploitable3 community CTF
[/2017/11/30/announcing-the-metasploitable3-community-ctf/] has come to a close.
Congrats to our winners! Each of the top three teams submitted all 14 flags in
under 24 hours. Who needs sleep when you can live on shells?
StandingTeamFirst placerot26 [https://metasploitable3ctf.com/team/45]Second
placemubix [https://metasploitable3ctf.com/team/75]Third placesnadoteam
[https://metasploitable3ctf.com/team/118]Bravo, all. We'll be in touch with
Metasploit Weekly Wrapup
Have you ever been on a conference call where you really wished you could take
command of the situation? With Metasploit Framework and the new Polycom HDX
exploit, you can (if given permission by the owner of the device, that is)! If
teleconferencing isn't your target's style, you can also pwn correspondence the
old-fashioned way: through a Microsoft Office exploit. Be it written or video,
we here at Rapid7 know you value other people's communication!
After another Python module and the Mac r
Metasploit Weekly Wrapup
Here in the U.S., we just celebrated Thanksgiving, which involves being thankful
[/2017/11/17/metasploit-wrapup-17/], seeing friends and family, and eating
entirely too much (I know that last one is not uncommon here). After a large
meal and vacation, we figured that it would be a nice, slow week for security
research in the States. Then we opened Twitter and were suddenly happy we had
procrastinated and most of us had put off upgrading to High Sierra.
In case you missed yesterd
Capture the Flag
Announcing the Metasploitable3 Community CTF
Been waiting for the Linux version of Metasploitable3 to drop? We’ll do you one
better: Metasploit is giving the community a week to rain shells on a
penguin-shaped Metasploitable3 instance—and to win prizes at the end of it. Play
starts December 4; see below for full competition details.
TL;DR: Sign up, drop shells, win stuff.
Not into capturing flags but jonesing for a look at the code? We’ll release the
Linux Metasploitable3 source code to the community soon after the competition
Metasploit: The New Shiny
It's been a while since I've written a blog post about new stuff in Metasploit
[https://www.rapid7.com/products/metasploit/download/] (and I'm not sure if the
editors will let me top the innuendo of the last one
[/2017/02/09/metasploit-framework-valentines-update/]). But I'm privileged to
announce that I'm speaking about Metasploit twice next month: once at the FSec
17 Conference [http://fsec.foi.hr/] in Varaždīn, Croatia September 7-8, and a
second time at UNITED 2017 [https://unitedsummit.org/
Hack with Metasploit: Announcing the UNITED 2017 CTF
Got mad skillz? Want mad skillz? This year at Rapid7's annual UNITED Summit
[https://unitedsummit.org/index.php], we're hosting a first-of-its-kind Capture
the Flag (CTF) competition. Whether you're a noob to hacking or a grizzled pro,
you'll emerge from our 25-hour CTF with more knowledge and serious bragging
rights. Show off your 1337 abilities by competing for top prizes, or learn how
to capture your first ever flag. Read on for details, and if you haven't already
done so, register for UNITED