Fri, 16 Sept. 2016, 17:00 UTC — Sat, 17 Sept. 2016, 17:00 UTC 


STEM CTF event.

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In support of STEM outreach, MITRE and our partners are hosting the sixth annual national Capture the Flag (CTF) competition.

This CTF competition aims to encourage and promote interest in cybersecurity. United States-based High school and undergraduate college students will have the opportunity to compete in cybersecurity challenges to gain real-life experience and win national coverage to make a huge impact on our cyber talent pipelines.

Learn: Fundamental cyber knowledge by using online resources from MITRE, (ISC)2® and other publicly available reputable sources.

Understand: Binary exploitation and reversing, web exploitation, computer/network forensics, cryptography, critical infrastructure protection/exploitation and more!
Practice: Using Web resources and training challenges powered by the MITRE Cyber Academy.

Compete: Against students in high school and undergraduate universities across the nation.

Win: College scholarships and priority consideration for a cyber internship.

Notable industry and academic experts have partnered together to design rigorous challenges for students to solve. Participating in teams of four or five, students will gain valuable experience, skills and tools throughout this nationwide competition.


College scholarships and priority consideration for a cyber internship.

While this competition is open to professional and government participants as part of cyber training, only eligible high school and college teams will be considered for winning prizes, scholarships and internships. Participation in a MITRE or Industry partner cyber internship program is subject to an interviewing process and based on current business needs.

eugenekoloSept. 15, 2016, 2:47 p.m.

Which times are accurate? These say US East Coast 1PM start/end, whereas official website says 5PM.

leopoldinelolcatSept. 16, 2016, 11:45 a.m.

Is register page down ?
I can't register at

forensicatorSept. 16, 2016, 5:01 p.m.

I don't understand the timing. So confusing.

oddcoderSept. 16, 2016, 5:48 p.m.

how to log in ?

sambeckskhack40Sept. 16, 2016, 5:59 p.m.

Where is brian ?

MrMugiwaraSept. 16, 2016, 8:21 p.m.

where is the link of challenge ..????

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