Here is a desription of the bits of the YAML config file that can be used to build a ctf contest.
The port on which the client should connect to the flag server.
This configures the SSL key that the Scoring Client will use to connect to the contestant Flag Server. The value should be a file path.
This configures the SSL certificate that the Scoring Client will use to connect to the contestant Flag Server. The value should be a file path.
Specifies the path to the CA certificate that the Scoring Client will use to verify the certificate supplied by the contestant Flag Server.
Specifies the path to the sqlite database file in which the scoring system will store its data.
Specifies a file path to which the scoring system should log. Log messages are also displayed at the console.
When bootstrapping a contest, the informational packets generated for each team are deposited in this directory, in a directory named after the team.
When bootstrapping a contest, the database schema is pulled from the file indicated by this configuration item.
This allows the inclusion of arbitrary files in the team informational packets. This item expects a YAML-formatted list.
When bootstrapping a contest, the following items can be used to pre-seed the contest database with team information. Sample bootstrapping data is included below:
teams: - name: Monkey Fun Time passwd: secret hosts: - name: mft ipaddr: 10.0.0.243 owner: Monkey Fun Time comment: Monkey Fun Time's Initial Host. services: - name: http validator: CTF::ServiceTest::HTTP points: 2 - name: smb validator: CTF::ServiceTest::Base points: 3