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    SubjectRe: tcp vulnerability? haven't seen anything on it here...
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    alex@pilosoft.com writes:

    > Not quite. With a SYN you have to respond with exactly the same sequence
    > number as attacking host in order to establish connection. With RST, your
    > sequence number needs to be +- rwin in order to kill the connection. That
    > significantly reduces search space.

    Don't forget that you can tear down a connection by sending a SYN in
    the correct window as well.

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