Darshan Academy

First Indian army’s annual cyber hackathon(Tushar Chopra) DA Delhi

Sainya Ranakshetram was first Indian army’s annual cyber hackathon organized by Indian army, Rashtriya Raksha University, Ministry of Telecommunication Engineering and ISAC India. Tushar Chopra representing Darshan Academy, Delhi participated in the Capture the Flag category and scored 2nd runner up position out of 51000 participants all over India along with 50,000 cash prize and a certificate by Indian army. Capture the flag is a category in which a flag or code is hidden in purposely vulnerable websites. We need to extract that flag, submit it, and provide the write-up to secure that website. In the meeting, along with many lieutenants Colonel there were also Indian Army’s Chief General MM Naravane was present for the prize distribution ceremony.


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