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The ethical hacking game you need to play in 2022

The ethical hacking game you need to play in 2022

Have you ever wanted to break into vaults, hack criminal computers or spy on secret files? Now you can!

Solve puzzles and learn how to hack with an awesome ethical hacking game.

Did you know you can learn real hacking skills by playing a game?

Whether it’s learning to crack codes, access hidden servers or break into criminal computers, you can give it a go in CyberStart’s ethical hacking game.

Just by playing, you’ll learn the techniques ethical hackers use to thwart criminal schemes and keep us safe.

Let’s get playing!

Register for your free CyberStart account to start playing.

What is the CyberStart ethical hacking game?

Ready to solve thrilling cyber crimes and catch criminals? In CyberStart’s ethical hacking game, you can do just that!

Jump into the world of an agent at the Cyber Protection Agency, where you’ll encounter hundreds of realistic ethical hacking challenges and simulations.

“I enjoyed how all the challenges were more like a game. It really made the experience fun!” - CyberStart player

Find security flaws and investigate crime scenes to learn real ethical hacking techniques like pen testing, cryptography and reverse engineering.

It doesn’t matter if you’re a complete beginner to ethical hacking or cyber security. All you need is creativity, problem-solving skills and the desire to hack, break and crack your way into digital systems.

How to start hacking with CyberStart

If you want to start ethical hacking right now, Intern base is the perfect place to start.

Intern base is free and contains 12 unlocked challenges with various ethical hacking techniques to try.

You can register for your free CyberStart account right now to start hacking. Or check out some of Intern base’s ethical hacking challenges below for a sneak-peek and some extra tips.

Intern base L01 C04 - Lazy Locked Login

In Lazy Locked Login, you discover that an Internet of Things (IoT) connected fridge isn’t working. Have a go at hacking into the fridge’s technician’s page to try and fix it.

Lazy Locked Login Try this ethical hacking game in Intern base L01 C04 - Lazy Locked Login

Top tip to solve the Lazy Locked Login challenge

The login details to access the fridge’s technician page are already there, but the button to enter doesn’t function. To make it functional, you’ll need to open the webpage developer tools and alter the relevant piece of code to let you access it.

Bonus tip: Not sure how to access the webpage developer tools? Search online for the answer.

Intern base L02 C02 - Spinlock

In CyberStart’s Spinlock challenge, it’s up to you to ethically hack into a bank’s digital lock to find a security issue.

Spinlock Play this ethical hacking game in Intern base L02 C02 - Spinlock

Top tip to solve the Spinlock challenge

To solve this challenge, see if you can alter anything in the developer tools that will help you hack into this security system.

Bonus tip: Stuck on this challenge? Check out the video walkthrough in CyberStart’s Field Manual.

Intern base L03 C02 - Maths at Light Speed

In Maths at Light Speed, you’re asked to break into a warehouse that could contain clues to the whereabouts of a cyber criminal gang. Before we can enter the warehouse, you must bypass the security system. But, there’s a catch. You only have 0.1 seconds to answer the question asked by the gateway!

Maths at Light Speed Try this ethical hacking game in Intern base L03 C02 - Maths at Light Speed

Top tip to solve the Maths at Light Speed challenge

To solve this challenge, you’ll need to access the source code.

Once you’ve found the source code, see if you can spot what happens to the code when you ‘spin for question’.

These challenges are available to play right now! Register for your free CyberStart account to play Intern base.

All of these programmes are entirely free, and feature CyberStart!

CyberStart America

What is it?

A fun programme developed to help you discover your talent, advance your skills and win scholarships in cyber security.

Who's it for?

13-18 year old high school students in the US only.

Awesome! How can I find out more?
www.cyberstartamerica.org

Cyber FastTrack

What is it?

The fastest and most cost-effective route to a career in cyber security via free training and exclusive scholarship opportunities.

Who's it for?

College students in the US only.

Great! How can I find out more?
www.cyber-fasttrack.org

CyberStart Canada

What is it?

A free programme teaching cyber security to high school students in Canada through CyberStart’s immersive learning platform.

Who's it for?

Students over the age of 13 in Ontario, Alberta or British Columbia who self-identify as girls or non-binary.

Nice! How can I find out more?
www.cyberstartcanada.com