Hack this b0X
Posted 24 October 2002 - 08:31 AM
OpenHack 4: The Hacking Has Begun
10-22-2002 4:05:30 PM CST -- from the folks at eWeek.com
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OpenHack 4: The Hacking Has Begun. OpenHack 4, is part of eWEEK.com's ongoing evaluation of enterprise security under real-world conditions. Today they launched their 'Come and Hack Our Box' at 8 a.m. PDT. They are inviting ALL HACKERS and fun loving security professionals to attempt to crack the OpenHack site, home to applications written and hardened by Microsoft and Oracle. As of 9:56 a.m. PDT, the site was humming with 1,216 concurrent connections and 51 incoming packets per second.
Click here to visit the www.OpenHack.com box and take a few smacks at it
Click here to read an article about how they go about hardening their OpenHack box
Tee hee... and the SecurityNewsPortal.com will give a genuine SNP coffee mug to the first person who hacks that publicity seeking box and plants a picture of the SNP's drunken hamster on it But no prizes if you hack eWeek.com's real web site
This should be Fun. let's see if the DDP can take this one down. whaddya say boys?
Prizes: There are five categories of attack and associated prizes: (1) defacement of an Openhack web site, prize to winner of $1,000; (2) view the source code for a dynamically generated Openhack page; prize to winner of $1,000; (3) successfully deploy cross-script attack; prize to winner of $500; (4) obtain credit card information hidden in the Openhack application; prize to winner of $1500; and (5) post a malicious SQL Command; prize to winner of $1,000. Denials of service attacks do not count as viable attacks and will not be considered in adjudicating winners.
I think we can do this. Now i know what I'm doing tonight when i get home
Posted 24 October 2002 - 08:58 AM
Another DDP project.
Posted 24 October 2002 - 09:11 AM
Here are some other *easier* hacking challenges to try:
Posted 24 October 2002 - 09:58 AM
I will hammer at it when I get time. Just 4 the challenge. We can put the money towards other DDP projects. Maybe some shirts, some stickers, etc... Hell even a server to host all of our sites on!
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