There is another type of Wargame in the grey- and blackhat hacking scene. It's a challenge from and to hackers. It's legal and part of the challange to exploit the vulnerability. For example, this site is hosting some challenges that are related about local and application security: http://smashthestack.org/ — Preceding unsigned comment added by 18.104.22.168 (talk) 20:02, 26 November 2011 (UTC)
Here's the line from the Manual of Style entry on dab pages:
- Redlinks (links to articles not yet written) may be included only if you are confident that an encyclopedia article could be written on the subject.
Unless you're going to write that entry now - and maybe you are, I couldn't say - it probably shouldn't stay in the article. If and when someone writes the entry on the short story, it can be restored to the text. | Klaw ¡digame! 04:04, 26 December 2005 (UTC)
- That's right. "May be included if you are confident that an encyclopedia article could be written on the subject." Not "May not be included unless you are going to write an article about it right now". Will you restore the link, or shall I? -- Karada 04:13, 26 December 2005 (UTC)
- And I don't think there's that good of a chance that there will be such an article written. It's a short story; we're still struggling to get articles in here on major novels. Most dab pages I've seen around here don't have redlinks on them anyway. So, is this single bullet point in a dab page so important to you that you feel the need to be sarcastic about it? I made an edit and explained my reasoning. If you disagree, fine, but be civil about it. | Klaw ¡digame! 04:23, 26 December 2005 (UTC)