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Congratulations (for the second year) to the team pasten, from Israel, for scoring first place in both the quals and the finals. Also, for everyone who hasn’t played yet or wants to play again, we have open-sourced the 2017 in our GitHub repository.

Hence, we are excited to announce :

The winning teams will compete again for a spot at the Google CTF Finals later this year (more details on the Finals soon).

For beginners and veterans alike

Based on the feedback we received, we plan to have additional challenges this year where people that may be new to CTFs or security can about, and try their hands at, some security challenges. These will be presented in a “Quest” style where there will be a scenario similar to a world penetration testing environment. We hope that this will give people a chance to sharpen their skills, something new about CTFs and security, while allowing them to see a real world value to information security and its broader impact.

We hope to virtually see you at the 3rd annual Google CTF on June 23rd 2018 at 00:00:01 UTC. Check g.co/ctf, or subscribe to our mailing list for more details, as they become available.
- slot machine - Google CTF 2018 is here

Why do we host these competitions?

We outlined our philosophy last year, but in short: we believe that the security community helps us better protect Google users, and so we want to nurture the community and give back in a fun way.

Thirsty for more?

There are a lot of for you to help us make the a safer place:



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