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HACK-A-SAT 2 /// GET CAUGHT UP

 
The United States Air Force and United States Space Force presented the second annual Hack-A-Sat (HAS) competition, which was open to all cybersecurity researchers seeking to up their skills and knowledge of space cybersecurity. The challenge began with over 1,000 teams competing in a qualification round in June 2021. From there, the top eight teams competed in a 24-hour virtual attack/defend style Capture the Flag Event last December. It was a space showdown involving collaborative hacking in a space-simulated environment while viewers caught the action here on hackasat.com.

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HACK-A-SAT /// GET CAUGHT UP

 

The inaugural Hack-A-Sat was a Capture the Flag competition designed to spark interest and advance the skills of security researchers to secure space systems. The event started with a Qualification Round in Spring 2020. Over 6,000 competitors took part, organized into 2,213 registered teams. Eight teams emerged to compete at the final Capture the Flag event at DEF CON Safemode 28. Over the course of two days, competitors worked through a series of five flatsat challenges and had the chance to have one of their solutions uploaded to an on-orbit satellite—all while spectators watched the action and learned more about cyber security in space through a unique 3D Hacker’s Den environment.

The contest is over but you can still get a taste of our 3D environment.

Congratulations to our Prize Winning Teams

1st PFS /// 2nd Poland Can Into Space /// 3rd FluxRepeatRocket

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