This year’s free ticket was awarded at LocalTapiola HackDay to the team who discovered the most severe vulnerability. After a full day of analyzing, verifying and rating the reported vulnerabilities, we had a clear winner rising above the competitors.
Congratulations Harri Kuosmanen of team ROT! Well done!
We would also like to thank all the other teams and those participating in the challenge during the summer. The countdown to t2’17 starts now – see you on Thursday! (..or Wednesday night at one of the many pre-event meetups/lobby bar gatherings)
If you have ideas on how to give out free tickets to our 15th anniversary event next year, please let us know!
Carl “Zeta Two” Svensson from Sweden was the first one to solve the t2’16 Challenge. Well done! Congratulations!
The elegant write-up trophy goes to Alexander Polyakov, Russia. His write-up will be published soon so you’ll have a change to evaluate the submission yourself.
Congratulations to both winners! We would also like to thank each one of you who participated. Last but not least. if you have an interesting idea for t2’17 Challenge, please let us know – authors get a free admission to the conference among other perks 😉
Ludvig Strigeus (Investigator1) from Sweden was the second one to solve the t2’14 Challenge but the first one to claim the prize. Well done Ludde! Congratulations!
The rest of the contestants – please concentrate on the write-up.
Good luck folks!
Peter Kosinar from Slovakia was the first one to solve the t2’14 Challenge. The speed that he pulled off the Challenge was absolutely amazing. One could easily think that Mr. Kosinar has solved some other challenges in the past 🙂
But wait, that’s not all. He does not want to claim his prize, so we have agreed that we will post his name to the hall of fame (which he definitely deserves) but the game is still on. Two tickets on the table – go for it!