AFiniteNumberOfMonkeys

AFNOM logoAFNOM is the University of Birmingham's monkey-inspired Ethical Hacking Club. Our aim is to share our love of offensive hacking and cyber security with everyone and infect them with our enthusiasm! We do this because understanding threats and how attackers think is the best way to keep computers secure... and it's fun! We represent the University in both international on-line and UK-based on-site Capture The Flag (CTF) competitions.

Follow us on Twitter @UoB_afnom or join our Discord channel to see what we are up to. You can also find more information on our website afnom.net or email us on chaos@afnom.net if you've got any questions.

Latest news from AFNOM

A strong start to 2021-22 for AFNOM

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AFNOM have had another amazing term! After a full-year of being only online, it's been wonderful to see people's faces again in our blended session approach. Ryan Arrowsmith fills us in on what they've been up to.

Closing up 2020-21 for AFNOM

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AFNOM fill us in on their semester, including some fantastic hacking competition results! They've also continued to run virtual socials as well as a collaboration with CSS to run 'lightening talks'.

A busy virtual term!

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It's probably not a surprise that this has been one of AFNOM's most chaotic terms ever! Thankfully, they've been able to keep going with their regular meetings, just like always, even though they've moved online.

Meet our student groups at the Virtual EPS Societies Fair

Our student groups are so unique that we have our own Fair so you can meet them! In the week of 12-16 October we introduced you to our incredible student groups with the first Virtual Fair. Watch the recordings here.

Welcome back to 2020/21!

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Hey! Hopefully you're all staying safe wherever you are and looking forward to a new year at uni! Despite circumstances, AFNOM have continued meeting online through the summer, something we wouldn't normally have done!

We've had a fantastic time at AFNOM!

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We've had a fantastic time at AFNOM, this past academic year. We've been busier than ever, and being in isolation has provided really interesting opportunities to continue meeting (despite the global pandemic).

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