A challenge is to initiate students to analyze the source code of the program ESET_crack-me.exe in order to reveal three hidden messages. At stake, many batches.
The distributor solutions in ESET France, Athena Global Services, offers students a challenge: "the Thurs Crack Me is a competition whose aim is to analyze the source code of the program ESET_crack-me.exe to find three hidden messages".
The contest is open for all student of France major metropolitan, and like any competition batches are the key including two trips for one person in Bratislava, the capital of the Slovak Republic. Why such a destination? For the two winners will discover the research laboratory of ESET anti-malware.
Usually, this competition serves entrance test candidates for a position in the developer of antivirus editor whose solution is the best known NOD32, we tested recently. And this is probably not insignificant, an internship may also be lowered.
It will be the fastest possible to discover the ultimate message hidden in ESET_crack-me.exe, but not before June 23, 2010, date of closing of registration. Participants will then receive a link via e-mail to download the application and begin their analysis until June 28, 2010 at midnight at the latest.
Rather like the original contest, but this is not a new phenomenon, as other publishers such as Panda Labs have already organized such challenges.