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As you probably know, the second Tuesday of every month, Microsoft releases patches for its software products. And back in the days, many members of the PSEC team used to meet up on Patch Tuesday to reverse engineer the patches and understand what was fixed. Since then, these meetups have evolved and although we do not meet anymore every Tuesday, we do upload a YouTube video going through either a Capture the Flag (CTF) virtual machine, an exploit, or interesting attack technique every Tuesday.
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