# TSJ CTF 2022 (II): Signature

Signature is a crypto challenge from TSJ CTF 2022, which ended up having two solves. From this challenge, we can see how ECDSA private keys can be recovered by having a (weak) deterministic ephemeral key, $k$.

# TSJ CTF 2022 (I): Cipher Switching Service

@blackb6a played TSJ CTF and CODEGATE CTF this weekend. Both of the CTFs had a bunch of epic (and hard-ish) crypto challenges, which made our head scratched for days.

We were two points behind @balsnctf few minutes before the game ends and I found one more flag. It is proud to tell that we won TSJ CTF 🎉!

Anyway, I will compile writeups for (at least) three challenges for TSJ CTF, namely Cipher Switching Service, Signature and Genie. I will go through Cipher Switching Service as the first part of the series.

# MOCSCTF 2022 Postmortem

@blackb6a helped preparing some challenges for MOCSCTF, a 8.5-hour long CTF in Macau. This time I wrote nine challenges and @hoifanrd made one of them (3-AES). This blog post covers the intended solution for all of them.

# Intigriti’s XSS Challenge (February 2022)

This is another round of @intigriti’s XSS challenge, and this time it is written by @aszx87410. I spent around four hours solving it.

# DiceCTF 2022 (I): commitment-issues

DiceCTF is an annual CTF competition prepared by @dicegangctf. The challenges are great and we had a lot of fun solving them. I might be compiling writeup for a number of them, which depends if I had time.

I will first cover on a crypto challenge called commitment-issues, which had 16 solves (out of 1127 participating teams). @grhkm2023 and I spent a good 3 to 4 hours working on this challenge.