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All Underhanded Crypto Entries (2014)

Two weeks ago we announced the Underhanded Crypto Contest winners. Today, we are releasing all of the submissions. Winners: John Meacham Gaëtan Leurent Round 3: Ryan Castellucci Solar Designer Round 2: Aleksander Essex Alfonso De Gregorio Anonymous Dr Gavekort (two entries) George Kadianakis Jacob Thompson Rogdham Simon Nicolussi Round 1: Daniel Franke Ron Mordechai Scott Arcizewski An archive...

Announcing the Underhanded Champs! (2014)

Congratulations! John Meacham (winner) Gaëtan Leurent (second place) Before we get into the details of the winning entries, we’d like to thank our fantastic team of judges: Jean-Philippe Aumasson Frank Denis 0xabad1dea (Melissa Elliott) Daira Hopwood Juliano Rizzo Tomás Touceda Justin Troutman Florian Mendel Without the hours they spent pouring over submissions, testing, debating, and...

Announcing a new judge: Florian Mendel (2014)

At the request of our judging team, we have added another judge – Florian Mendel. Florian will help round-out the skillsets represented in our judging team. This contest is a challenge to judge as there are many ways to win – and each of these approaches requires a different skillset to fully understand the implications of the technique(s) used. Because of this, we have tried to build...

Announcing the 2014 Judges

We are very excited to officially announce the judges for the first annual Underhanded Crypto Contest! The judges we have are great, and we are incredibly honored that these amazing professionals have decided to play a key role in this project and volunteered their time to help make this a success. On behalf of myself and Taylor Hornby, we wish to express our sincerest appreciation to them...

Last Call for Rules Feedback (2014)

We’re about to officially begin accepting entries into the contest. This means it’s your last chance to give us feedback about the rules before we carve them in wood. If problems with the rules are discovered later on, we’ll fix them, but we want to avoid changing them after we’ve begun accepting entries — so now is the time to get your complaints in! If you have...

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