Hey there, KringleCon attendee! I'm Minty Candycane!
I'm working on fixing the Present Sort-O-Matic.
With some tools, regexes need / at the beginning and the ends, but they aren't used here.
You can find a regular expression cheat sheet here if you need it.
You can use this regex interpreter to test your regex against the required Sort-O-Matic patterns.
Do you think you can help me fix it?
Here's a place to try out your JS Regex expressions: https://regex101.com/
The cheatsheet provides really all that's required to complete this challenge. Each question has a popup with examples of what should and should not be matched. Copy each example into regex101 to verify that the regex pattern works as expected.
- Matches at least one digit:
- Matches 3 alpha a-z characters ignoring case:
- Matches 2 chars of lowercase a-z or numbers:
- Matches any 2 chars not uppercase A-L or 1-5:
- Matches three or more digits only:
- Matches multiple hour:minute:second time formats only:
- Matches MAC address format only while ignoring case:
- Matches multiple day, month, and year date formats only:
Great job! You make this look easy!
Hey, have you tried the Splunk challenge?
Are you newer to SOC operations? Maybe check out his intro talk from last year.
Dave Herrald is doing a great talk on tracking adversary emulation through Splunk!
Don't forget about useful tools including Cyber Chef for decoding and decrypting data!
It's down in the Great Room, but oh, they probably won't let an attendee operate it.