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Bug Hunting

  This is an opportunity for students to test their ethical hacking skills on a real-life web application that requires security testing before rolling out to customers. Amazon vouchers of up to £50 are available for those taking part. All you need to do is report any security flaws you manage to identify by 27th May […]

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RGU Hack – RGU Computing Society’s Annual Hackathon

By The RGU Computing Society committee The biggest event in the RGU Computing Society’s calendar is the Hackathon, a programming competition which took place over the Easter weekend for the third year running. Teams from across Scotland came to the Sir Ian Wood Building for a full 24 hours of coding challenges – sleep optional! Our […]

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Quick Lab Infrastructure Win

Hopefully the first of at least a few blogs which gives some details on what I’m going to call ‘The Quick Wins’. Problem: How to quickly deploy updated/custom Virtual Machine images in N523? Background: N523 was previously a classroom, not a computer lab, so it wasn’t originally cabled with enough network ports for 24 PCs. […]

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