Hacking-Lab

Hacking-Lab is an online ethical hacking, computer network and security challenge platform, dedicated to finding and educating cyber security talents. Hacking-Lab is providing CTF and mission style challenges for international competitions like the European Cyber Security Challenge, and free OWASP TOP 10 online security labs. Hacking-Lab's goal is to raise awareness towards increased education and ethics in information security.

Hacking-Lab is popular: More than 100'000 users have registered, and numerous universities, organizations and companies are using it for enhancing their classes, trainings, and more.

Our services

  • approved, well-known online platform for IT security training
  • Attack-Defense system for dynamic and realistic virtual battles between teams
  • more than 300 security challenges, covering all IT security topics
  • large community of more than 100'000 registered users
  • close to ten years of experience in security trainings and CTF event
  • Linux-based LiveCD with tools and VPN client preinstalled

Further information

CALENDAR

Securing Industrial IoT

On August 29, 2019, experts from research and practice will meet in Bremen to discuss how industry companies and CIP operators can actively protect... Read more

Beer-Talk #20 in Berlin: Keep Calm and Dump Your Memory

Cybercriminals are constantly finding sophisticated ways to infect computers or mobile devices with malware. What you should NOT do (and why) if your... Read more

Cyber Risks – from abstract risk to everyday reality

The Europa Institut at the University of Zurich (EIZ) is one of the leading centres of expertise for European Law and is an important provider of... Read more

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NEWS

Vulnerability in "The Scheduler" Plugin for Jira

Thierry Viaccoz has identified an XML External Entity (XXE) vulnerability in "The Scheduler" plugin for Jira. Read more

Vulnerability in the Email+ iOS Application from MobileIron

Sylvain Heiniger has identified a "Cleartext Storage of Sensitive Information" vulnerability in the MobileIron application Email+. Read more

Vulnerabilities in Universal Automation Center (UAC)

Michael Fisler and Felix Aeppli have identified vulnerabilities in the Universal Automation Center (UAC). Read more

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Compass Security Blog

Privilege escalation in Windows Domains (2/3)

This second article about privilege escalation in Windows domains describes how to propagate by aiming for passwords that are lying around. mehr

Privilege escalation in Windows Domains (1/3)

This first article of our series about privilege escalation in Windows domains demonstrates how to get a foothold by relaying credentials from users. mehr

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