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Monday, 9 November 2020

China's largest hackathon sees Windows 10, iOS 14, Chrome, and more hacked


ZDNet writes that fifteen teams of hackers took part in this year’s event. Each group is allowed three five-minute attempts at hacking into a selected target, with researchers winning cash prizes based on the difficulty of the chosen target and the type of vulnerability.

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