Security musings (reflectorium)
Security musings (reflectorium)
Wednesday, July 07, 2004
  Hackers' playground
from a posting to "secevents":
"Hacker Playground (http://www.hackerplayground.com) is a new web site that will feature the Internet's FIRST legal private hackable network. This site has been developed in a response to the problems faced by security experts in the field with no way to test if their security models and skills can stand up against other security experts in the field. "
[..]
"The games design is simple. Sign up for an account and gain access to a Fedora Core Linux box via ssh which has access to a private hackable network. The rules are quite simple root a server anyway possible sniff the network for passwords using arp posin attacks, run buffer overflows etc..., secure the server and leave three services open for others to try and take control away from you. The winner of the game will be determined by ?owned root time?, basically the user who owns root the longest wins the game!

Another interesting feature that the site designers have come up with is a way for the community to "Watch The Games"." [...] 
Comments:
Thanks for posting a link to our site here on your blogg. The first games are going to go live on Jul 30th!! GET READY!!


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