The final stage of DARPA’s Cyber Grande challenge is upon us during this Thursday at DEFCON.
Seven teams will go head on with each other in a live hacking contest at Defcon. The total prize money is $2 million. But this time, the challenge will come complete with a brand new twist. Everything will be automated instead of humans running the systems in the background. The automated systems are designed to protect systems and networks from hacking, patching and other threats without any human interaction.
Most of the details of the challenge are being kept secret so far. The contestants will have to exploit the system of the opposing team.
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