Re: hiding OS name
From: Klaus Steden (email@example.com)
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Date: Mon, 8 Jul 2002 17:22:51 -0400 From: Klaus Steden <email@example.com> To: Peter Pentchev <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> I know I'm going to regret posting in this thread, but so be it :)
> Does your friend know that, unlikely as it is made by modern ingress and
> egress routing practices, IP spoofing is still not quite ruled out?
> Will your friend's portsentry setup happily blackhole e.g. his ISP's
> nameserver, or the root nameservers, or www.cnn.com's IP addresses,
> simply because somebody found a way to send a TCP SYN packet with a
> forged source address to e.g. your friend's machine's port 3? :)
That's his problem, though, not mine. :>
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