m0leCon 2023 is the fifth edition of the computer security conference organized by the student team pwnthem0le in collaboration with Politecnico di Torino. The aim is to bring together hackers, security experts, and IT specialists from different backgrounds and skill levels. The conference will feature a variety of talks and presentations, mostly focused on various aspects of offensive security. It will be entirely held in english. Alongside the conference, two CTFs (one for experienced players, with an online qualifier and onsite finals, and one for beginners) and a series of beginner-oriented practical hacking workshops will be held.

The photos of the conference are available here.


Saturday, November 25th

  • m0leCon Beginner CTF

Thursday, November 30th

  • m0leCon CTF Finals

Friday, December 1st

  • m0leCon CTF Finals

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m0leCon CTF

m0leCon CTF Teaser took place on May 12th 2023. The competition lasted for 24 hours and offered a variety of tasks focused on different aspects of cybersecurity (including but not limited to: cryptography, web exploitation, pwning, reversing) in a jeopardy-style CTF format. At the end of the 24h, the top 10 teams are qualified to play on-site at m0leCon CTF Finals, during the m0leCon Conference. Click here to see the final scoreboard!

The qualified teams for m0leCon CTF are:

  • Kalmarunionen
  • organizers
  • 0ops
  • idek
  • std::weak_ptr<moon>
  • thehackerscrew
  • CyKor
  • Water Paddler
  • h4tum
  • fibonhack

m0leCon Beginner CTF
and workshops

See the m0leCon Beginner CTF scoreboard

The beginner CTF is aimed at students and newcomers, with very easy to mid-level challenges in jeopardy style. This CTF is open to all, without limitations on the number of teams.

It will be held on Saturday, November 25th in hybrid mode: on-site for Politecnico di Torino students and Turin-based teams, and online for everyone else. The CTF will be 5 hours long, from 2 pm to 7 pm, and teams can have up to 4 people.

One hour before the end, the scoreboard will be frozen and the winners will be announced during the conference the following week. The top 3 teams whose all members are students at Politecnico di Torino will be awarded.

To prove that you are a student from Politecnico di Torino, you will have to use your institutional email address during registration.

Given the success of last year, our team is also organizing 4 free introductory-level workshops on CTFs, primarily targeted to Politecnico students, but open to all. They will be held on Thursdays, from 5:30pm to 7:30pm, from mid October to mid November, on-site at Politecnico di Torino.

During these workshops, basic concepts of software and web exploitation will be shown through interactively solving a set of challenges from the previous editions of m0leCon Beginner CTF and other international entry-level competitions.

(Free) registration is required to attend the workshops.

  • Workshop 1 (19/10/2023): introduction to CTFs - Material
  • Workshop 2 (26/10/2023): introduction to cryptography - Material
  • Workshop 3 (09/11/2023): introduction to web exploitation - Material
  • Workshop 4 (16/11/2023): introduction to software exploitation - Material

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