asqui writes: "The Reverse Challenge was a contest from The Honeynet Project to essentially reverse engineer a binary captured in the wild running on a compromised honeypot. The contest ran during May of this year and the submissions have been judged and the winners announced. Dion Mendel took first place with 43.4 points out of a possible 50. The binary turned out to be a tool for performing remote DoS attacks from compromised hosts, with its instructions being cunningly supplied via the lesser known IP protocol 11. This binary is currently being used in the wild but there is little reported activity, probably because sysadmins are focused on the other more dominant protocols."