BE A CONTRIBUTOR CONTEST…COMING SOON!

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BE A CONTRIBUTOR CONTEST
It’s the New Year and we want to help people become contributors.
Brett Shavers started the New Year with a challenge “Learn something. Teach something. Share something.”
Brett’s words motivated us to start a contest on the forum with a very similar philosophy.
“Ask something. Share something. Like something.”
Be a contributor on our Forum whether it’s asking or sharing great ideas.
Let people know you appreciate their posts.
Get rewarded.
We have some great sponsors supporting our efforts, including:
Brett Shavers’ DFIR Training
Harlan Carvey
Justin Seitz & HUNCHLY
And Forensic Notes
CONTEST LAUNCHES JANUARY 25th, 2019
MORE DETAILS COMING SOON…
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BE A CONTRIBUTOR CONTEST
BE A CONTRIBUTOR CONTEST
It’s the New Year and we want to help people become contributors.
Brett Shavers started the New Year with a challenge “Learn something. Teach something. Share something.”
Brett’s words motivated us to start a contest on the forum with a very similar philosophy.
“Ask something. Share something. Like something.”
Be a contributor on our Forum whether it’s asking or sharing great ideas.
Let people know you appreciate their posts.
Get rewarded.
We have some great sponsors supporting our efforts, including:
Brett Shavers’ DFIR Training
Harlan Carvey
Justin Seitz & HUNCHLY
And Forensic Notes
CONTEST LAUNCHES JANUARY 14, 2019
MORE DETAILS...


Continue reading...
 

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Setting up the contest and finalizing prizes is taking longer than expected. :)

We originally planned to launch the contest on Jan 14th, but it will now be the 25th.

Thank you for your patience. We have some great prizes and look forward to all the great discussions.
 

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