In the interest of fairness, we are implementing a new policy for PRPNet projects. If PrimeGrid determines that a participant's computers are returning an excessive numbers of erroneous results, we may, at our discretion, suspend the awarding of PSA BOINC credit for that participant. Since PRPNet work isn't normally double checked, erroneous results currently get full credit. It isn't fair to participants who are returning good results.
It is the responsibility of all participants to insure that their computers are working properly. On BOINC tasks, the results are double checked, and bad results won't get credit. But on PRPNet the results normally are not double checked, and it's very important that everyone makes sure their computers are working properly.
EDIT (6/8/2016): In order to protect the integrity of the work being done, we also reserve the right to take more serious actions, at our discretion, including, but not limited to, prohibiting users from using PRPNet.
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