The Cybersecurity Club just competed in picoCTF, a cybersecurity competition hosted by Carnegie Mellon University, structured around a capture-the-flag framework. We were challenged to engage in tasks that involved reverse engineering, cryptography, AI, web exploitation, and forensics to solve problems and capture ‘flags’. We are also competing in the USCC CyberQuests competition; this season’s event focuses on OSINT, log analysis, forensics, and git basics, where we analyze artifacts and answer quiz questions on the data samples.

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