The Hack This Site Challenge!
Yes, we're asking you to explore the security of our own site to see if it can be hacked. Whoever finds and reports a security hole with our website will be rewarded with big points added to their account and a place in the 'hack this site hall of fame'.
We define 'hacking' as manipulating the website to operate in ways it was not originally intended. You do not necessarily have to actually go through with it. All that we ask for (and it is a shame that we even need to mention this) is that these security holes are not exploited in a destructive manner (deleting stuff from the database, taking down the entire site, using this site to attack others, etc). Our philosophy is, we don't care if you come and go as long as you do not inhibit the actual delivery of this website. We want everyone to be able to experience this website so that we may grow more knowledgable and enlightened.
If you can report the bug, why it is a problem, what can be done with it, we will reward you justly.
limdis wrote:I think the only issue with this is that it would prevent other users from accessing the site, even if only temporary. I would contact Kage directly for permission.
LoGiCaL__ wrote:No you can't DDos this site. Don't fuck it up for everyone else. Plus DDos isn't really considered hacking. Hence the name, Hack This Site.
anarchy420x wrote:I have a feeling that our friend here wouldn't cause any issues. Seeing as he wants to "try" it, I don't think he has enough people to DDos. Furthermore, if he had infected computers, he wouldn't need to try to DDos this site because his level would hopefully be beyond DDosing HTS.
centip3de wrote:anarchy420x wrote:I have a feeling that our friend here wouldn't cause any issues. Seeing as he wants to "try" it, I don't think he has enough people to DDos. Furthermore, if he had infected computers, he wouldn't need to try to DDos this site because his level would hopefully be beyond DDosing HTS.
Have you ever been to HackForums?
LoGiCaL__ wrote:Look, I don't mean any personal offense. I would just like to keep this site up without any bs ddos. Try another route if you want to test the site.
Traceroute to 126.96.36.199
Analysis: Number of hops: 12
Last hop responding to ICMP: 12, UDP: 11, TCP: 0.
The destination appears to block unwanted UDP packets.
There appears to be a firewall at 188.8.131.52 (hop 1) that blocks unwanted TCP packets.
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