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    SubjectRe: predictable IP ID
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    > What if attacked server is running a web server and is known to be
    > mmap'ing static content... think about this very carefully, it is
    > identical to your initial interpretation of my argument with the added
    > element of being a remote attack. Many people do this and don't
    > consider is remotely exploitable in any way, right?

    They rely on the web server being secure. Its totally different to the
    arbitary code case.

    Alan


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