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Date: Wed, 22 Aug 2012 23:45:52 +0400
From: Solar Designer <>
Subject: Re: Stripe Capture the Flag

Hi all,

On Wed, Aug 22, 2012 at 12:01:27PM -0700, John Collison wrote:
> We built a wargame around web security vulnerabilities. The nine
> levels are built atop fairly standard web software stacks, with
> increasingly tricky exploits required, and a special-edition t-shirt
> at the end. It's as much for fun and education as anything else. Would
> love to have you play!
> Link:
> Blogpost:

As a moderator for oss-security, I hesitated about approving the posting
above, but I decided to give it a try so that list members and not
moderators can decide whether such postings are welcome or not (for
future occasions).  As previously discussed, we're currently rejecting
conference and e-magazine CFPs, as well as e-magazine issue
announcements.  In a way, CTF announcements are similar, however they
might be less frequent (although this might change if we become known
for approving them for distribution).  Another aspect is Open Source
relevance.  I guess most CTFs are Open Source relevant, but they may
lack sufficient Open Source focus for this list.

Please help us decide.



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