Honeynet Project: the Reverse Challenge

Thursday, 2 May 2002, 5:39 PM EST

The goal of this challenge is to develop reverse engineering skills amongst the security community. Your mission, if you should choose to accept, is to analyze and report on a binary captured in the wild. Your analysis will then be judged by a panel of experts, rated, and shared with the security community.

Top prizes include licensed copies of IDA Pro, $200 Amazon gift certificate from DataRescue, and free pass to the Black Hat Briefings. As if that was not enough, the top 20 entries get a signed copy of the Honeynet book, Know Your Enemy.

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