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Technology nonprofit, Mid-Atlantic Gigabit Innovation Collaboratory hosted a virtual capture the flag for students interested in cybersecurity, reports Baltimore Sun. The exercise promotes ethical hacking. 

A Westminster-based technology nonprofit invited students this past weekend from around the country — and outside of it, too — to try and capture a virtual flag in a cybersecurity exercise described as “ethical hacking"

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