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overthewire: wargames and more -practicing hacking legally


The wargames offered by the OverTheWire community can help you to learn and practice security concepts in the form of fun-filled games.
To find out more about a certain wargame, just visit its page linked from the menu on the left.

Suggested order to play the games in

  1. Leviathan or Natas or Krypton
  2. Narnia
  3. Behemoth
  4. Utumno
  5. Maze

Each shell game has its own SSH port


There are a lot of Capture The Flag (CTF) competitions in our days, some of them have excelent tasks, but in most cases they’re forgotten just after the CTF finished. We decided to make some kind of CTF archive and of course, it’ll be too boring to have just an archive, so we made a place, where you can get some another CTF-related info — current overall Capture The Flag team rating, per-team statistics etc.


What is Hacking-Lab?

Hacking-Lab is popular: 40'000 users have registered, and numerous universities, organizations and companies are using it for enhancing their classes, trainings, etc.


Bleeding-edge Attack-Defense system

Extensive collection of challenges

Big community




This guide is an introduction to the site, community, philosophy and project organization. This project is entirely what you make of it. We encourage people to take an active role in the development of this community and to copy and redistribute this guide on their own.

Hacking Philosophy


What’s (or oxfat it you prefer) is a website without logins or ads where you can solve password-riddles (so called hackits).

This is a tribute site to the old Starfleet Academy Hackits site which has been offline for many years now.

Hack The Box is an online platform allowing you to test your penetration testing skills and exchange ideas and methodologies with thousands of people in the security field. Click below to hack our invite challenge, then get started on one of our many live machines or challenges.


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