Category: Club News

Welcome to Winter 2019!

Happy New Years! Our first meeting will be this Thursday at 7pm in KEC1003, and we will be meeting at the same time/place the whole term. Some things to look forward to for this term: I’m working with NetSPI to have them come back with a more technical presentation and hopefully some labs, so that…
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NSA Codebreaker Challenge 2018 Results

The NSA Codebreaker Challenge finished today, and I’m proud to announce that Oregon State University is the winner! We also had the most people complete Task 5 and 2 people complete Task 7, which is awesome! For those of you who are unfamiliar with the Codebreaker Challenge, it is a CTF-style event put on every…
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Cyberforce Competition 2018 Results

I’m thrilled to announce that OSUSEC placed 1st at the Cyberforce Competition last weekend at PNNL, and 3rd nationwide out of 70 teams! I’m very proud of everyone’s hard work, and am already excited with new ideas for next year. The university is sending out a press release on Thursday so I’ll update this post…
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Cyberforce Competition

The Cyberforce Competition (formerly known as the Department of Energy Cyber Defense Competition) is coming up in a couple months, and it’s time to start getting ready! If you are interested in being on the team for this competition, please fill out the form here by October 10th. Requirements for applying: You will be able…
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CSAW Prep

It’s time to start getting ready for CSAW CTF!!! If we qualify for the finals, we will send 4 people to New York to compete. The way we will be selecting the four people is as follows: Register on CSAW 365 (https://365.csaw.io/) Join our class so that I can keep track of your score (Please…
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OSUSEC Wins Department of Energy Cyber Defense Competition

Over the past weekend, OSUSEC competed in the Department of Energy Cyber Defense Competition (DOE CDC), and placed 1st regionally (US West), and 4th nationwide. The team was responsible for deploying multiple Windows and Linux systems and securing them against live attacks for 8 hours. The members of the team were: Zander Work Zach Rogers…
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