Cyber Fire events feel different than most Capture The Flag exercises,
because we focus on education.
In order to achieve our education goals,
we have set up a few rules.
We reserve the right to kick anyone out of our event for any reason,
but there are a few things that might be okay in other places which aren't okay at Cyber Fire events.
Cyber Fire does not tolerate harassment of participants in any form.
Our full anti-harassment policy can be consulted if you need it.
SYN flooding, ARP cache poisoning, WiFi deauthentication,
and other network-level attacks are not allowed.
These are important techniques to understand and play with,
but Cyber Fire events are not set up for this.
We have put a lot of effort into making the puzzles fun to attack.
Go after those instead.
Cyber Fire's official dress code is "Geek Casual".
"Casual" means different things in different place.
shorts are fine in Southern California,
but will be out of place at events closer to Washington, DC.
If an event has a special dress code, we will mention this on the event's page.