Monday, May 13, 2019 (09:05:59)
A new digital forensics challenge hosted by the Korean Institute of Information Security & Cryptology (KIISC), the Digital Forensics Challenge 2019
aims to expand knowledge of computer forensics and contribute to the field.
The challenge has two main categories: a Digital Forensics Challenge and a Tech Contest. Participants can take part in one or both competitions.
In the Digital Forensics Challenge
, an answer sheet for each problem should be submitted with your detailed write-ups. There are five subcategories in this challenge: Anti-Forensics, Incident response, Mobile & Internet of Things, Artifact and MISC.
Each category contains five problems that are equivalent to 100, 200, 300, 400, or 500 score.
• 100-point problem: Problems that can be solved using known theories and tools
• 200-point problem: The theory is not as widely known as the 100 point problem, but it can be solved easily by knowing the principle
• 300-point problem: Problems requiring analysis know-how as they may be time consuming with known tools
• 400-point problem: Problems requiring new tool implementation. The solution is known to some extent, but it can not be solved by existing tools alone
• 500-point problem: Problems with an unknown solution
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