Twelve students from Wagener-Salley High School were the first to have an opportunity to crack the code during the National Security Agency cyber challenge for middle and high schools hosted at the Georgia Cyber Center on Nov. 18, sponsored by the CSRA Fort Gordon Alliance.

The NSA offers this free-of-charge activity to train local students in basic knowledge of cryptanalysis and forensics. The challenge was created by the NSA and is currently deployed and hosted on the Georgia Cyber Range, which is located at the Georgia Cyber Center.

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