Aside from our cool research, ForAllSecure also works on creating fun and engaging games to promote computer security. Just about every employee in our company has been involved in Capture the Flag exercises for the past several years, and we have been hosting these online events for our customers for about 3 years now. One of our big dreams is to see these types of contests gain in popularity, similar to how e-sports grew. Continue reading “Live Streaming Security Games”
Although we have been very busy at ForAllSecure, we finally got the time to redo our website, huzzah! This website is a bit more pleasing on the eyes, and we hope to add more up-to-date information about our projects and what we’re up to.
Part of this refresh is also a new blog. We plan to talk about interesting things we are working on, so check back frequently! To kick things off, here is a post about some of our work on DARPA’s Cyber Grand Challenge.
In June, ForAllSecure participated in DARPA’s Cyber Grand Challenge (CGC) Qualification Event (CQE) 1. During the event our automated system tweeted its progress, and to continue the trend of openness, we decided to publish a writeup of some more details about our system. Our team, Thanassis Avgerinos, David Brumley, John Davis, Ryan Goulden, Tyler Nighswander, and Alex Rebert spent many thousands of hours on our system, and now that the CQE is over, we’re excited to give you a glimpse of its inner workings.