From Interlock Rochester Wiki
The warzone is a playground for security hackers. When joining this network you should assume that you will be attacked by other people on the network or the network itself. For those interested, there are systems set up that are designed to be exploited in different ways.
- DOS is for newbs: Denial of service attacks are always possible with this setup. Intentional simple denial of service attacks (like ARP poisoning to nowhere or crashing switches) will be met with frowny faces and "pfffs" from your fellow members.
- You break it, you bought it: If you are hacking away and the system or service becomes unresponsive, please do your best to bring it back up. If all else fails, talk to antitree.
- Take off your whitehat: Please don't break in and fix a hole for someone else. The network is designed for all skill levels and we'd like to keep even the simple vulnerabilities open. That being said, if you notice a hole in a member's PoB (personally owned box) it would be nice if you told them.
--Antitree 10:18, 2 April 2012 (EDT)
- new plans starting