Port Randomisation
draft-larsen-tsvwg-port-randomisation-00

 
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https://www.ietf.org/archive/id/draft-larsen-tsvwg-port-randomisation-00.txt

Abstract

The Internet protocols TCP and UDP are both vulnerable to data injection attacks. The consequences of injected data range from nuisance through broken connections and corrupted local data.

Authors

Michael Larsen (michael.vittrup.larsen@ericsson.com)

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