Didier Stevens

Sunday 6 August 2006

Khallenge results

Filed under: Reverse Engineering — Didier Stevens @ 22:09

F-Secure Reverse Engineering Challenge is over. From the Khallenge page:

Khallenge is now over. During 70 hours, Khallenge was started by over 1200 people. First level was completed by about 400 individuals, second by less than a hundred and the final level of Khallenge was finished by just 16 people.

I think I was 9th of those 16 people.

5 Comments »

  1. Yesturday, a friend and I were trying to fight our way through challenge two when i read on your blog that you had finished them. We never got through them, but I’m very interested to see how people did, are you planning on blogging about it?

    Comment by Ryan — Monday 7 August 2006 @ 0:30

  2. Ryan, sp has posted a solution for level 3, I’ll blog it. Do you need help with level 2?

    Comment by Didier Stevens — Monday 7 August 2006 @ 17:07

  3. ya, if you don’t mind, i wouldn’t mind some help figuring out level 2.

    Comment by Ryan — Monday 7 August 2006 @ 20:18

  4. Hey Didier,

    Level 2 help will be appriciated a lot. Can you point me to right direction ?

    Comment by kartik — Tuesday 8 August 2006 @ 12:00

  5. Hi all,

    Is there anyway to find these challenges hosted somewhere as http://www.khallenge.com appears down :(

    Thanks in advance

    Comment by bb — Friday 1 September 2006 @ 14:42


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