Re: Why TCP is more secure than UDP?



You can read the RFC for this, but I think that the point is not
security,. TCP is conection based and UDP is conectionless


When you initiate a TCP transfer after every packet that is sent ans
acknowledge one is needed from the receiver, with UDP this is nos
necessary, that is the difference between this protocols.


paavan.shah@xxxxxxxxx wrote:
It is said that UDP is considered more vulnerable to spoofing than TCP?

Can anyone point me to any document/link which describes TCP is more secure than UDP





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