Hackfest is an annual cybersecurity event initally hosted by the Higher School of Communication (SUP'COM). Since 2015, it has brought together cybersecurity experts, businesses, and students under one roof. After huge success in previous editions, Hackfest is back for its 7th edition this year at Technopark El Gazala. This year is noteworthy since Hackfest will be contested in two stages: qualifiers on June 10th and finals on June 23rd.
The CTF consists of two phases: a qualification round and a final round. During the qualification round,
contestants will compete individually to win a slot for the final round. Only 80 contestants will qualify for
the finals. The final round is a multi-team hacking challenge in which teams compete independently to win prizes
The National Cybersecurity CTF Competition is meant for both beginners and experienced contestants, and it consists of tasks ranging from simple to extremely difficult in various categories:
We are pleased to announce that SUP'COM will be hosting Hackfest'7. As part of our commitment to ensuring the success of this event, we have entrusted the financial management to ADSUP. They will be responsible for overseeing the budget, managing expenses, and ensuring that the event stays within its financial parameters.
Team size is limited to 4
Bring your own laptop! We also recommend you come with a smartphone and multi-sockets
Bring your favorite software (disassemblers, development tools, hexadecimal viewers, virtual machines, kali etc)
Challenges will be accessible via wifi. Make sure you can access wifi on your laptop.
The CTF Qualification Round is an online event lasting 18 hours, where registered players compete to solve challenges across various categories. Top 60 contestants proceed to the Final Round.
The CTF Final Round is a 12-hour on-site competition where selected contestants compete in teams. Held overnight, the competition fosters a distraction-free environment for hackers to focus and collaborate.
Hackfest is supported by a range of sponsors, including both local and international companies. It typically takes place over a weekend and attracts a diverse range of participants, from students and recent graduates to experienced professionals in the Cybersecurity field.
Be a part of the excitement at Hakfest 2023 by becoming a sponsor! Take a look at our sponsorship file to learn more about the amazing opportunities available to you. Then, reach out to us at ctfhackfest (at) gmail (dot) com to get started. Let's make this year's hacking festival the best one yet!
A1 highway: Exit from RN8, Take Av. Fethi Zouhir. Keep right to continue toward Av. Fethi Zouhir, At the roundabout, take the 1st exit. Recommend parking: Parking in front of the conference space.
From Airport Carthage Tunis: Upon exiting the airport, you will find a taxi stand where you can hire a licensed taxi. Inform the taxi driver that you would like to go to El Ghazala Technopark. The taxi driver will take the most direct route to the technopark, which is usually via the A1 highway.
Take the Tram line 2 towards Ariana. Get off the TGM at "10 Décembre" station. Take a local bus (bus number 27A) that goes to El Ghazala Technopark.
To go from Tunis to El Ghazala Technopark using public transportation, you can take the public bus number 527 from Jean-Jaurès in Tunis or bus number 27A from Ariana.