1. Misrepresentation of yourself, or what team you are on is strictly not allowed.
  2. Do not run in the competition area.
  3. Do not touch any other competitor’s computers or belongings.
  4. Do not unplug anything, except your personal belongings.
  5. Any type of attack that uses a vast amount of bandwidth (DDoS or DoS, for example) is not permitted.
  6. Attacking any infrastructure/network that belongs to the University at Buffalo is not permitted.
  7. Attacking any infrastructure/network that belongs to any personnel or entity that is not permitted.
  8. As a part of the Red Team, you are permitted to attack ONLY the following subnets: 10.{1-20}.0.0/24
  9. I agree to conduct myself in a professional manner throughout the event.
  10. I agree to follow any instructions given by competition staff.
  11. I understand that this competition is primarily for the educational benefit of the participants, and will accordingly treat all participants, organizers and volunteers with respect.
  12. I agree to abide by the competition rules posted here: I will follow the rules given by Red Team Lead and UBNetDef as a whole.

Any violation of the Code of Conduct may result in a warning, and a repeated violation will result in removal from the competition. Depending on the severity of the violation, no warning may be given and you may be asked to immediately leave the event.

I, as a Red Team member of Lockdown, agree to follow the code of Conduct as above listed and understand the consequences of such violation. If a violation is severe enough, I understand I may be prosecuted to the full extent of the law for any crime I commit by UB Judiciary and/or the United States Judicial System. I understand in such a circumstance, the University at Buffalo is not at all responsible for my actions nor will they provide any legal counsel in my defense.




  • redteam_coc.txt
  • Last modified: 2019/04/08 00:37
  • by vnbruno