Looking for a new challenge or just want to try something new? Then crack open a Red Bull and head over to Wargames at OverTheWire.org

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The wargames offered by the OverTheWire community will help you to learn and practice security concepts in the form of online games.
To find out more about a certain wargame, just click on the links below.

If you’re having problems or just have general questions, then jump on to ircs.overthewire.org on port 6697 using an SSL-enabled IRC client, or irc.overthewire.org on port 6667 using a regular IRC client. You can find them on the #social channel for general chat, or on #wargames for discussions and help regarding the games. Don’t know how to use IRC? No problem click HERE

Bandit – Just starting out? Then this is for you
Leviathan – Another beginners game to get your groove on
Natas – Basics of server-side web security
Krypton – Another good beginners game
Narnia – Learn the basics of exploitation
Behemoth – Includes buffer overflows, race conditions and privilege escalation
Utumno – Starting to get harder – Difficulty 4/10
Maze – You’ll need knowledge of exploitation-techniques, programming (of course) and reverse-engineering
Vortex – 27 levels of fun/pain
Semtex – A  legal environment where you can learn coding/hacking techniques
Manpage – Break some common linux c-programming misconceptions
Drifter – Last but not least, 15 levels similar to Vortex

The following games are released as downloadable (VM) games

HES2010 – Time to get dirty at the dirty-underwear company
Abraxas – Dildo’s From Space (DFS)
Monxla – You like Russian crime? Welcome to the Nasenko family
Kishi – Head to the North-Korean cyberops training facility Kishi

Full credit and thanks go to the team and community at OverTheWire.org – To find out more and support this great resource check out overthewire.org/about/

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