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(De)Obfuscation Contest

char shc[]= “1\xdb\xf7″
“\xe3\x66\x68\x21\x0ah”
“\x64″ “ee\x73\x68\x74″
“\x74″”e\x6e””h\x6e””e”
“\x20″”A“”h\x79\x65″”r”
“\x4f””ho””\x20\x4c””a”
“hH\x65\x6cl””\xb0\x04″
“C\x89\xe1″”””\xb2\x1a”
“\xcd\x80″ “1\xc0@\xcd”
“\x80″;int main(void) {
void(*sh)()=(void*)&shc
; sh(); return 0; }//:)
/* Calling all hackers, crackers, players, and %eip changers: hack your way to victory in the first ever L1 (de)Obfuscation Contest!
This contest will test your code analysis and reverse engineering skills against a wide variety of programming languges and file formats. Unlike other contests, (de)obf is a mutt made up of CTF, depressing workplace code, abject fear, and cluster migraines.
This contest is open to all attendees of LayerOne 2014. No pre-reg/quals needed, individuals and teams are both welcome to compete. Contest website opens Saturday, May 24th @ 10:00AM PDT. Stay tuned! */

Final 2014 (De)Obf Standings:

Rank Team Name Score
1 mosy 1150
2 null 1050
3 hotdogs 850
4 ubernerdom 550
5 gebl 450
6 blast_hardcheese 450
7 andy 450
8 NMI 350
9 Hacker_Jesus 350
10 p3n15 300
11 funsized 300
12 RT 150
13 noname 150
14 FANCY 50
15 loldongs 50
16 ruphers 50
17 tanegashi 50
18 Hungarian_Armada 50
19 obviate 50
20 Bucky 50