In the spirit of openness, and for those who are interested in perusing the slides ahead of time I have popped them up on github. Feedback welcome unless it is about my terrible sense of humour, that is a known issue and doctors say they can do nothing for me.
The goal is to keep things as simple as possible so even people who have never heard of VMs can get involved.
I know you mentioned running CTFs before so you will definitely have the knowledge already, but if you need any info on running juice-shop in conjunction with CTFd, I’ve set it up a couple of times recently so that they can work together, backups to restore the state of CTFd can easily be run and different levels of difficulty (in terms of the hints provided) can be displayed. Just let me know if you would like a writeup of some of that stuff!
I wrote up that info on setting up CTFd with Juice Shop. If anyone wants to have a play around with it locally they’re welcome to, you don’t have to be planning to set up a CTF yourself to have a wee look!
Fingers crossed that link works and makes sense. Let me know if there’s anything that isn’t clear enough!
I dunno what the best approach is but if the consensus was that it made sense to put together a ‘knowledgebase’, our infosecni.net page is just a githubpages markdown that could be augmented, or we can use the wiki functionality.
Or if you’re putting together this as part of your own knowledge base, we could just have a ‘page-o-links’ on the infosecni.net for sharing?