March 16, 2017

Enigma

Enigma : Online Crypto Challenge

 

As everyone knows, The Enigma machines were a series of electro-mechanical rotor cipher machines developed and used in the early- to mid-twentieth century to protect commercial, diplomatic and military communication. Enigma was invented by the German engineer Arthur Scherbius at the end of World War I.

We are launching a Online Crypto Challenge called “Enigma” as part of our Cyber Security Awareness week “Protocol 1.0 : A Cognizance

You will be presented with a image as part of every challenge. Along with every image, some hints will be give to find out unique flag. Answer to each challenge is an unique flag. You will have to submit that unique flag corresponding to each challenge via email to [email protected]. The first person submitting correct flag, for each challenge will get cash prizes and goodies.

Rules & Regulations for the Crypto Challenges are as follows :

1. Beware of the spelling you enter.

2. You are not advised to share your answers/hints with your friends or Don’t post it online.

3. Caps and Spaces are not allowed to find any flag. If your flag is “You Know Nothing, Jon Snow” then submit only in the format of the flag
flag{you_know_nothing_jon_snow}

4. This is a Online Crypto Challenge, so don’t use any automated tools here.  Here “Google is Your Best Friend”

Excited! Start with finding out URL of first challenge. (it’s easy!)

 

 

 

Crypto Challenges designed by Pratik Ghumade for Protocol 1.0