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SubjectRe: TO HELL WITH IT THEN......(re: disk-destroyer.c)
On Fri, Jul 21, 2000 at 01:50:42AM -0700, bodnar42@bodnar42.dhs.org wrote:

> Alright, actually, after having a cup of coffee (most of which ended up
> on my keyboard :( ), I fully agree with our poor misunderstood friend
> Andre. If something is providing access to something at a protocol level,
> it is its job to make sure that the protocol is not violated.... imagine a
> TCP/IP stack that let you send invalid packets, that wouldn't go over too
> well.

Of course you can send invalid TCP/IP packets using the network stack in
Linux. You can send any packets.

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Vojtech Pavlik
SuSE Labs

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