2021 Machine Learning Security Evasion Competition
This repository contains code samples for the 2021 Machine Learning Security Evasion Competition. Participants must register at https://mlsec.io and accept the terms of service in order to participate.
IMPORTANT: OUR 2021 TRAINED MODEL CAN BE DOWNLOADED HERE.
|Challenge||Start Date||End Date|
|defender||Jun 15, 2021 (AoE)||Jul 23, 2021 (AoE)|
|attacker||Aug 6, 2021 (AoE)||Sep 17, 2021 (AoE)|
*start and end times are Anywhere on Earth (AoE)
Outline the file contents of the repository. It helps users navigate the codebase, build configuration and any related assets.
||Sample source code for the defender challenge.|
||Sample source code for the attacker challenge.|
||This README file.|
||The license for the sample code.|
||Microsoft’s open source code of conduct.|
||Reporting security issues.|
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