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Date: Mon, 31 May 2010 00:44:40 -0700
From: Geoff Plourde <>
Subject: Re: smp Capture The Flag (CTF) 2010 Hacker

Does each member of the winning team get their own netbook, or do they need
to split it?

On Fri, May 28, 2010 at 7:40 PM, <> wrote:

>  smpCTF Hacker Olympics 2010 is a contest designed by "hackers" and
> "security enthusiasts"
>  for the like to battle it out against each other over a caffeine and
> sugar fueled weekend hacking
>  stuff... In the smpCTF Hacker Olympics qualifications teams and
> individuals are put up against
>  other teams from around the globe in the same environment with the same
> objectives and a mission
>  to accomplish. The qualifications round is designed to separate the true
> ninjas from the fake
>  pirates in the shadows! The finals will definitely be kiddie free ;D
>  The top 5 teams from the (1st) first qualifications round of smpCTF
> Hacker Olympics will move on to
>  the smpCTF Hacker Olympic finals. 1st place team of the first round will
> receive a HP mini netbook
>  with BackTrack4.
>  In the smpCTF Hacker Olympics finals, the qualifying teams will compete
> against each other in a head
>  to head wargame/CTF competition against the other qualifying teams.
>  Find out more and pre-register at
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