We, @ AACC always enforce a strict no pictures policy @ qualifiers, until its over. Then we enforce a no social media policy. Here’s why…
After qualifiers I went searching through social media and turned up a couple posts regarding MACCDC Qualifiers. This was one of those posts I found from a competing school:
This picture was taken before qualifiers began and was posted before they began. The caption read “Ready for this…”
The problem is what’s in the background:
Passwords on the whiteboard!!!!!
What other information can we see?
WiFi networks @ your school:
We can almost read the Sticky Notes on the desktop:
After the competition, it becomes a little more revealing:
Lets zoom in on each piece: Enhance…. Enhance… Enhance…
Which tools are they using:
Looks like PBX to me:
MySQL service won’t stay started: (More on this in a future post.)
Crème de la Crème: Moar Passwords!!!!
This post is not meant to make fun of or point out any flaws in any one person. This post is to bring awareness to the rest of the BlueTeam community that seemingly harmless photos can sometimes be too revealing.
Personally, I don’t even like posting pictures after the competition just in-case I make it to regionals and maybe nationals I don’t want to accidentally reveal any information to prying eyes.
As a team you should discuss whether or not you want to have a Pictures/Posting Policy and what it should be.
What are the policies at your school? What should they be?
Let see if the red-team can guess which school this was based on the passwords?
2 thoughts on “The “No Pictures” Policy”
Anthony, your attention to detail never ceases to amaze me! Great post!
Thanks for reading and the kind words. I’ll try to share something meaningful as often as I can.