HackINI Registrations…

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Dear humans,

Some of you may find this announcement alarming, while others may find it intriguing.

Whatever will be the case, DO NOT PANIC !

The Shellmates HackINI 7th Edition registrations are now OPEN !

For your own safety, Please read the following carefully:


HackINI, stands for « Hack Initiation« , as an initiation for participants to the world of information and cyber security.

It consists of various activities: A Capture The Flag competition, workshopsstandstalks.. and more that will facilitate infosec enthusiasts on their initialization to the cybersecurity field.

Participants can choose between 12 different workshops covering all fields of cybersecurity, the hardest part will be making the choice. You can find a detailed description of each workshop and speaker on our social media pages.

The CTF event will be ‘‘challenge based’’, i.e. the CTF is separated into small tasks that can be solved individually. The scoreboard will be web accessible and no VPN is required. We are trying our best to give all participants a delightful experience, the covered topics are somewhere around crypto, web security, reverse engineering and binary exploitation.

We are looking forward to seeing you participate. Direct your questions to somebody at our office or on the contact platforms provided below.


Any human equipped with a computer may participate. Regardless of their level in the field.


The event will take place on the 15th of December at 9am and will last 7h like in the previous years.

  •   Sat, Dec. 18, 09:00 — Sat, Dec. 18, 16:00     


  • No DoS/automated scans/large amounts of traffic/deleting stuff on our servers

  • Do not share flags or solutions with other teams. We will not tolerate flag sharing.

  • If you break the rules we will remove all your points. Promised.

Registrations Link:

Workshops registration link
CTF registration link

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