Are you the best Hacker? If ‘YES’ then you can get free Watch Dogs 2 game

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Hacker is someone who seeks and exploits weaknesses in a computer system or computer network and Watch Dogs 2 is all about hacking. Ubisoft to partner with Major League Hacking. Major League Hacking (MLH) is an organization that promotes a series of hackathon competitions, and these two is what Ubisoft is doing.

According to Major League Hacking (MLH), the participants must be able to design a project that will show how easy it is to destroy people’s privacy.

In the spirit of Watch Dogs 2, students at MLH events will be challenged to design a project to demonstrate just how easy data privacy can be compromised on real-life smart devices. The team that builds the most compelling project at each event will win a brand new copy of Watch Dogs 2 for every team member.

And also, there will be a Watch Dogs 2 inspired Capture the Flag game challenge for students who participate to find security vulnerabilities in a simulated environment.

We have also created a Watch Dogs 2 inspired Capture the Flag (CTF) challenge for students to play at https://mlh.io/watchdogs. Capture the Flag challenges allow you to find security vulnerabilities in a simulated environment so that you can better understand how to secure and protect your own applications.

 

Watch Dogs 2 Trailer: Cinematic Reveal – E3 2016

At hackathon there will be a CTF mini-event and the person who has the fastest aggregate time to completion for all 3 Levels of the CTF challenge will win a fantastic trip to Montreal to visit Ubisoft HQ.

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