THIS WEBSITE IS NOT DEVELOPED OR ENDORSED BY SANS INSTITUTE OR CYBER DISCOVERY.
This website was solely developed by the members of the Cyber Discovery Discord community. The intention of this website is to showcase the projects that the members of this community (students) are creating which revolves around the UK's Cyber Discovery programme. All content on this website is publicly available (primarily through GitHub), i.e. Member information, Commit history, etc. If you are a contributor and have content that is featured on this website that you want removed, please get in touch by private-messaging someone on our Discord server who possesses the 'Community Developer' role.
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