From The New York Times: N.S.A. Summer Camp: More Hacking Than Hiking
by Nicholas Fandos
ARLINGTON, Va. — This is not your typical summer sleepaway camp.
Bonfires and archery? Try Insecure Direct Object References and A1-Injections.
The dozen or so teenagers staring at computers in a Marymount University classroom here on a recent day were learning — thanks to a new National Security Agency cybersecurity program that reaches down into the ranks of American high school and middle school students — the entry-level art of cracking encrypted passwords.
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