Attack Derby V1!
So, this year the Hack My Derby project is trying something new. If you're familiar with the project, you'll recall that previous incarnations have been a self-contained CTF in a derby. It feels really weird to say that, but I'm starting to consider the problem of a reliable "Datacenter in a hat" to be a SOLVED PROBLEM. We tackled many issues in 2015 to make this project work, and then a few nice-to-haves in 2016. Today, I could churn out a new derby identical to 2016's and just put new flags on it. That's boring. We've had many conversations with others and one topic has come up a few times. What if we had Derby's that "attacked" each other. This seems like a fun new problem to tackle, so that's what we're doing this year.
Watch this page for information as it's available. We have a parts list together, you can find it on the build page. Software is still coming along, that will likely come as a custom raspbian image, or some sort of deployment tool. We're hoping for enough interest top make this a lot of fun! Share this page!