Hackers Got “Wired In”

Competition in the CTF contests is intense, with teams of hackers “wired in” (as they might say in The Social Network) and crowded around tables filled with laptops, cabling, soda, booze and junk food. Age is no obstacle, either, with some of the most skilled and technical hackers unable to legally buy a beer. This is a shot of one fresh-faced team at the official CTF tournament.

Competition in the CTF contests is intense, with teams of hackers “wired in” (as they might say in The Social Network) and crowded around tables filled with laptops, cabling, soda, booze and junk food. Age is no obstacle, either, with some of the most skilled and technical hackers unable to legally buy a beer. This is a shot of one fresh-faced team at the official CTF tournament.

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