I am very excited to be writing this entry. As of August 10, 2013 the SamuraiWTF project will be five years old! It’s been quite a run and I am looking forward to a long future. This project has meant a lot to me and I am honored to have so many great people as part of the team.
To celebrate the 5th anniversary, we have decided to have a contest. We are asking that you submit a story of the coolest or most interesting use of the SamuraiWTF. This can be via a story or a video that explains what you did.
We will then review the submissions and the winner will receive a replica wearable samurai helmet. This helmet is a replica of the helmet worn by Takeda Shingen.
We will accept submissions via email to email@example.com and the deadline for submission is the actually fifth anniversary August 10, 2013.
The winner will be announced at DerbyCon this year! While you don’t need to be there to win, if you are, you can receive the helmet in person. 🙂
We are required to have some rules so check out the ones below:
The lucky winner of this contest will receive a replica samurai helmet worth approximately $400.
Entries will be accepted starting on July 8th at 9am through August 10th, 2013 at 11:59pm EST.
Contestants may submit up to three (3) entries.
The winner will be chosen and announced at DerbyCon September 29th 2013.
Contestants must be US residents, age 18 and
No employees or contractors of Secure Ideas or any project leads of the Samurai project are
eligible to enter.
This contest is void where prohibited and in any
states whose residents are excluded, as applicable.
No purchase is necessary for participation.
The odds of winning this contest are completely
dependent on how many entries we receive.
contest is being sponsored by Secure Ideas, LLC, located at 661 Blanding Blvd,
Suite 103, #351, Orange Park FL 32073.
Kevin Johnson is the CEO of Secure Ideas. If you are in need of a penetration test or other security consulting services you can contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the Secure Ideas – Professionally Evil site for services provided.