In the 2023 eCTF, teams will design and implement a key fob system for a car door lock. The system must protect the car from unauthorized entry and prevent attacks like replays and key fob cloning.
The 2023 competition will run from January 18th through April 19th with an award ceremony on April 26th.
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January 18: Kickoff Sponsored by Fortinet
The details of the competition will be announced in a welcome video and the rules will be released to all teams. Make sure you are on the competition Slack workspace to receive all documents.
February 1: Last Day to Register a Team
February 15: Last Day to Register a Competitor
March 1: Handoff Begins
April 19: Scoreboard Close
April 26: Award Ceremony Sponsored by Fortinet
Competitors, organizers, and sponsors will celebrate the completion of the competition and the winners of the 2023 eCTF will be announced in a hybrid event. Top teams will be invited to attend the ceremony in-person, with travel scholarship opportunities available. More details to come.
This section will be regularly updated with the most recent competition documents as they are released. Please join the eCTF Slack workspace for live competition communications; your team advisor will have the link to add you to the space.
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