Westfield High School Students in Top 10% of PicoCTF Teams Globally


Westfield High School, New Jersey (WHS) students Justin O'Boyle, Tucker Siegel, Tomas Moore and Zachary Youssef ranked in the top 10% of teams globally in Carnegie Mellon University's PicoCTF tournament.

PicoCTF is a free computer security game created by Carnegie Mellon University targeted at middle and high school students. The game consists of a series of challenges centered around a unique storyline where participants must reverse engineer, break, hack, decrypt, or do whatever it takes to solve the challenge. It takes the most important fields of computer science and distills it into a large, international cybersecurity challenge.

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Skills Involved

  1. Digital Forensics
  2. Reverse Engineering
  3. Cryptography
  4. Web Exploitation