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Sep 04, 2011 - 23:02

Right-Answer joined

I am happy to announce,

Right-Answer has joined the wechall network.
It is a brand-new site which offers currently 61 challenges from the following categories:
Math, Logic, Programming, Crypto, Hacking, Stegano.
The site is only one or two months old, with a fresh minimalistic design and is available in French.
According to the admin, Zathuros, the current problems should turn out to be quite easy, and he is searching people who would like to contribute stegano or hacking challenges.
Many thanks from my side for joining us!

The feeback on the site was not bad, so it is maybe worth to check out, and may it be for some french lessons only Smile

Last but not least, we wish you
Happy Challenging!

Aug 02, 2011 - 19:40

Hack-Me joined

I am happy to announce,

Another site has joined the wechall network and has been put into the rankings.
Hack-Me is a very new challenge site from South Korea and currently offers around 50 challenges from the classic categories:
Web Hacking, Cryptography, Javascript, Exploit and Cracking.
The site is available in Korean and English, and the challenges seem good, as reported from some players.
Because it is only a few months old, you might find tiny errors across the site, but i am sure you will enjoy the challs.

Thanks go out to cherishcat for creating the site and implementing the needed scripts.

As always we wish you
Happy Challenging!

Jul 21, 2011 - 21:39

EnigmaGroup joined

Good news everybody!

Another site has joined the wechall network, and this time it is a site which some of you players were waiting for.
EnigmaGroup has been founded in 2005 and has collected around 18000 active users and 180 challenges.
They are pretty well known among the challenge scene, and sometimes referred to as blackhats.
Rumors say their challenges are pretty good and realistic and it awaits you a collection of the traditional challenge site categories:
exploit, crackit, crypto, stegano, logic, math, java/script, and more.

It is noteful that their crew is running their own security and development company yet they still offer EnigmaGroup as a training playground as a hobby.

Many thanks go out to psychomarine, Ausome1 and aVoid for joining us and implementing the needed scripts.

We all wish you happy challenging!

Jun 30, 2011 - 17:02

µContest joined

I am happy to announce ...
Another site has joined the wechall network and is put into the rankings.
µContest is a french site and two months old by now.
Its focus is on dynamic programming challenges and currently there are 22 tasks which await your approval.

To interact with the site and solve the tasks, you can make use of a special microcontest library.
The sourcecode of the library and the communication protocol will be made available soon.
There are currently some issues with some 64 bit systems that will be fixed in the next version.

Many thanks go out to Metatr0n and Eisenheim for writing the needed scripts.

we wish you
Happy Challenging!

Jun 13, 2011 - 19:47 joined

I am happy to announce that joined the wechall network.
It's the first (South) Korean site that joined, and it currently offers 55 webhacking and exploit challenges.
The sites main language is korean, but mostly the challenge sourcecode and description seems to be in english, so all people can give it a try and show their exploit skills again. is around 2 years old and offers a unique and selfmade interface. It seems a bit buggy here and there and is still in developement, but personally i like the minimalistic approach.
Many thanks go out to oldzombie for writing the needed scripts.

To enter solutions to a challenge, please goto the "Auth" section of the website and try to enter the solution word or the md5sum of it.

Now all that's left to say is:
Happy Challenging!

Mar 19, 2011 - 21:33

Gekkó joined

I am happy to announce,

Another small site, Gekkó, has joined the wechall network since a few days.
It is a new hungarian site with currently 10 challenges involving a storyline.

It is considered to transalte the site to english, if there are volunteers.

Thanks go out to encse for creating the site and the needed scripts!

As always we wish you happy challenging Smile

Mar 04, 2011 - 20:16

W3Challs joined

I am happy to announce Smile

W3Challs is now ranked in our small network.
This site is from awe, and the sitename is a wordplay with the w3consortium.
The site is completely handmade, which i usually prefer for most websites.

The site is rather new and currently offers around 60 challenges, with quites some exploits,cryptos and other usual categories.
The content is available in english and french, so all challengers can enjoy their stay.

Of course i like to thank awe for implementing the needed scripts and joining wechall Smile

Happy Challenging!

Feb 14, 2011 - 22:42

Revolution Elite

I am happy to announce that,

Revolution Elite is now participating in the wechall rankings.
It is a real puzzle site, with all the classic categories, and currently offers 44 quite difficult challenges.

I only got time for a short review, and i could not manage to solve the very first riddles.
The challenges are grouped by "cases", which gave me the look and feel of a CSI Miama storyline.

Thanks go out to sabretooth for creating the site as well as the needed scripts.

So, if you love puzzles, sabre and me wish you
Happy Challenging!

Jan 25, 2011 - 12:10

Root-Me Joined

I am happy to announce that another site is participating in the rankings. is a rather new challenge site, focused on web-and real hacking.
Especially interesting should be the "Capture the flag" challenges, where you have to root a virtual machine to get the validation flag

Many thanks to the staff at for joining us and g0uz for writing the needed scripts!

Note: The usernames on root-me are case sensitive. Keep that in mind when linking accounts.

Happy Challenging Smile

Dec 27, 2010 - 23:06

SPOJ joined

I am happy to announce...
... that Santa got another late gift for us.

SPOJ (SPhere Online Judge) implemented the wechall scripts, and joined our network.

SPOJ differs from other participating sites, as you have to submit your code and it gets executed and tested for correctness on their servers.
You are offered 1995 programming challenges whereas 44 programming languages are currently supported.
It is available in 4 human languages: english, Polish, Brazilan/Portuguese and Viatnamese, but i sticked with the english for my first impression.

Many thanks go out to kopringo for implementing the needed scripts, and of course to the whole staff over at SPOJ.

You might wonder about the high score of SPOJ here. The current algorithms reflect the huge number of challenges this way, and we will see how well it works.

What now is left to say is
Merry Happy Challenging!

EDIT: Here is some explaination of the scoring on SPOJ itself:

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