And us retired people on SS who can't make ends meet. $300,000. WOW!
Sounds to me like a good start up. Even without proper education in the IT securities field, to win that would probably look swimmingly on a resume.
There are professional hackers and they are nothing to be ashamed of. They do it for a living for the same reasons this company wants them to; find vulnerabilities.
Hacking isn't as hard as everybody thinks..........
[-1] November 3, 2014 at 8:16am
“One day when he was walking home during a lightening storm, he was almost struck.”
What’s a lightening storm? Were the clouds raining down Clairol hair products?
 October 15, 2014 at 10:14am
Our “screening” won’t catch anyone who isn’t vomiting or bleeding from their eyeballs. A West African could french kiss 20 Ebola victims, buy a plane ticket, say they haven’t had contact with anyone, and be in America soon after. As for catching people with a fever, there are medications that lower fevers and some people have naturally low body temps. The only effective solution is to prevent anyone whose passport shows they have visited Ebola countries from entering the U.S. And if we need to bring Americans here for treatment, isolate them on hospital ships at sea.
 October 14, 2014 at 10:56pm
I’ve heard that half of each pair of socks is like a butterfly, only they morph into coathangers.
 October 14, 2014 at 10:51pm
I remember when America was a free country and we kept the lunatics inside asylums where they couldn’t damage the rest of society.
Test it once when he hands you the drink. Again after he shouts, “Look, a squirrel!”
 August 24, 2014 at 1:08pm
Going to need one of those astronaut diapers if he does go.
August 23, 2014 at 10:32pm
“…Sierra Prince’s aide will be receiving additional training on how to handle situations like this is the future.” There needs to be a school manual explaining all the things that staff shouldn’t tell students to do.
“Don’t tell students to jump off the roof.”
“Don’t tell students to stick pencils through their eyeballs.”
The current training definitely should have taught staff not to take food out of the trash and tell students to eat it. Whoever wrote the current manual obviously needs further training, too.