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Education Security Linux

Finland's Upper Secondary School Exams Going All-Linux 55

Posted by timothy
from the local-boy-makes-good dept.
First time accepted submitter jovius writes "The Matriculation Examination Board of Finland has just opened an international hacking contest to find flaws and exploits in Digabi Live — the Live Debian based operating system to be used in the all-digital final exams by the year 2016. The contest ends on 1st of September, and the winners are about to scoop hefty hardware prizes, also available as cash."
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Finland's Upper Secondary School Exams Going All-Linux

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  • by Anonymous Coward on Saturday August 10, 2013 @06:01AM (#44529645)

    It is also possible to take part in the competition as a team.

    Debian just have to sign up as a team, make a rouge package, sign it and collect the money.

    It would be much easier if the Matriculation Examination Board of Finland simply donated the money directly to Debian instead of making them jump through hoops like this...

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