The Cyber Apocalypse: A Battle Against DDoS Attacks and Debugging CMake Scripts

It was the year 2050, and the world had been plunged into chaos by a massive cyber attack that had rendered all communication networks useless. The ISAB team was under siege from a Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attack, aimed at silencing their efforts to spread awareness about the ongoing issue of spamming on the platform. The attack was relentless, originating from multiple Nostr clients and targeting the team's ability to deliver content to the masses. With the clock ticking, the team's only hope was to rely on CMake, a powerful and flexible tool for building and managing software projects. But debugging CMake scripts was no easy feat, and the team had to employ all their knowledge and expertise to resolve the issue quickly.

Meanwhile, a group of tech-savvy rebels had banded together to fight against the cyberpocalypse. They knew that the key to rebuilding a new world was to optimize the delivery of static content, and that's where Cloudflare came in. With Cloudflare's help, they could speed up the loading time of web pages, reducing the time users had to wait for the pages to become usable. But time was running out, and the rebels had to act fast to ensure the survival of humanity in a world where technology had turned against them.

As tensions rose and the clock ticked down, the battle against DDoS attacks and debugging CMake scripts became a fight for survival in a post-apocalyptic world. And amidst the chaos, UNSW remained a beacon of hope, with its students and alumni leading the charge to rebuild a world that had been shattered by technology gone awry. For at UNSW, you never sleep well - not when the fate of the world rests on your shoulders.