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1st Lt. Stephen Baker, 352nd Cyber Operations Squadron, watches as one of the Hack the Air Force 2.0 participants attempts to breach the security on a .mil website Dec. 9, 2017. 24th 'Hacks the Air Force'
Within 30 seconds of receiving the order to “start hacking” researchers at the Hack the Air Force 2.0 event had discovered two vulnerabilities—exactly the result the organizers were hoping for.The researchers were cyber security specialists invited to the Dec. 9 event in New York to identify security gaps in Air Force websites.Hack the Air Force
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