ISSessions CTF Connection Guide

Download the configuration file

Linux Configuration

Once you have the file downloaded you just need to unzip it and run:

sudo openvpn –config <configuration file>

IMPORTANT: it’s – – config (minus the spaces)

OSX Configuration

Click on the OpenVPN Icon in the menu bar at the top of the screen, which will give you a dropdown menu. Click on Import > From Local File and select the provided .ovpn. Then click on the IP address that appears and > Connect.

Windows Configuration

Follow the useful link here:

Participation Link


Sheridan CTF 2019

Interested in scripting and hacking? Check out ISSession’s Capture The Flag event at Sheridan!
Date: Saturday March 16, 2019

You can sign-up as a team with up to 4 people, or you can register individually. If you make a team of less than 4 people, or sign-up individually, you will be grouped into teams of 4.

For those of you signing up as a team of 4, please only have one person submit on behalf of the team. You will also be asked to submit your team name at that time.

This CTF is beginner friendly, so if you’re new to CTF’s and haven’t taken part in one before, please don’t hold back on signing up because of it. It’s a great opportunity to ask questions and learn.

Did I mention free pizza and coffee?

Sign up:

September 14, 2018 Student.exe Zero day

ISSessions – 2018-09-14
This week’s ISSessions meetup details:
Date: 2018-09-14
Time: 19:00 – 20:30
Location: Room J102 (Confirmed), Sheridan Trafalgar Campus, Oakville
19:00 – Infosec News Roundup and Open Discussion with your hosts John and Nick
19:45 – Welcome to InfoSec with John
20:30 – Wrap and refreshments (across the street at the pub)
Hello everyone,

We’re back! A new school year is starting and that means a new batch of ISSessions. This Friday, September 14th will be our first meeting of the year and we’re happy to say that we have a speaker lined up for you.

Following our usual news roundup and discussion, John will be giving his annual Welcome to InfoSec talk. John is a graduate of the program and is a Vulnerability Researcher at Trend Micro. He’ll be speaking about the wide, wide world of InfoSec, and how to survive the program! It’s a great talk, especially if you’re new to the program, so you don’t want to miss it!

We’d also like to take a moment to welcome everyone back for another year. You guys help make ISSessions what it is, so we’re very happy to have you back.

That’s it for now, we hope to see you out there,