The is a follow-on to the first find_the_stack problem from ACSC5. This was originally supposed to be the third one in a series of challenges based on this problem but I had some problems with number two so this became number two.
This is the first of what will hopefully be many walk-throughs from various CTF competitions I’ve competed/worked on. This first challenge is a simple one that I created for the 5th annual Army Cyber Skills Challenge.
Earlier this week, the FCC, “lead” by Ajit Pai voted to repeal its policy of Net Neutrality. The policy was put into place in Feb 2015 after the FCC (at the time under the Obama administration) made the decision to classify ISPs as a public utility under Title II of the Telecommunications Act. For a lot of people (myself included for a while), this doesn’t make a lot of sense what any of this means so let me try to take a few minutes to explain (at least my understanding of it).
This morning, I was going through the Army Times early bird and came across an article called Army offers direct commissions to boost cyber force. Talk about this came out initially a few months ago. Like many ideas, I think it’s a good idea but probably not one that is fully thought out.
First, let me say congrats the the 675 CW2(P), 375 CW3(P), and 70 CW4(P) that were announced today after a very long long long wait for the release of the list. As someone who was looked at this year, I can say personally that the wait has sucked although I have absolutely enjoyed all of the memes showing up on Facebook (we have got some very creative warrants out there with apparently to much free time on their hands).