MQU students take first place in a Hackathon

MQU students take first place in a Hackathon

MQU students take first place in a Hackathon

Four Macquarie University students, with support from the Cyber Security Hub, won first place in the Shearwater Web Application Security Hackathon.

On October 11th, 2017, four Macquarie University students: Nigel Salamanes, Brayden Vigerzi, Jay Banerji, and Ronald Peic, supported by the Optus Macquarie University Cyber Security Hub, took first place in the Shearwater Web Application Security Hackathon.

Shearwater, Macquarie University students, first place

Macquarie University team 

The hackathon was hosted by Shearwater Solutions, a company that provides information security services Australia wide. The main theme for this hackathon was using offensive Capture-the-Flag techniques to uncover vulnerabilities in a fully functional banking website

The team from Macquarie University completed 40 out of 48 challenges as well as 4 bonus challenges.

Congratulations to all of them!

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