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    Or you could install the stack-exec kernel patch, too.


    On Fri, 13 Feb 1998, flavio santos wrote:

    > yesss!!!! :) 2.0.33 is immune to teardrop attacks, but this kind of
    > reboot remembers exectly what? It seems some kind of ICMP attack or
    > another malicious attack or something ... better to put an sniffer
    > attached to the network (lanwatch for example).
    >
    > Alan Cox wrote:
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    > > 2.0.33 is immune to teardrop attacks.
    >

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