We participate and put on numerous security competitions every year, and attempt to facillitate a better understanding of security as a whole. All majors and experience levels are welcome to join and participate.
We meet every Tuesday at 6:30 PM in the Computer Science Building 315. A current schedule is posted below:
Congratulations to our 2018 RMCCDC team on winning second place!
|24 April 2018||Warded locks and lockpicking||
Introduction to warded locks and picks.
|17 April 2018||C pitfalls and Exploitation||
A shallow dive into the ocean that is C and what can be screwed up.
|10 April 2018||Code Obfuscation||
When the code you write is so awful, even you can’t look at it. Presented by Jack Applin
|3 April 2018||Activities Week||
Either Hacker Jeopardy or over the wire.
|27 March 2018||BGP routing||
Introduction to border gateway protocol from Dr Joe Gersch.