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From: lord_ph at comcast.net (bryce)
Subject: Re: spoofing

Can you share your answer, some of us don't know it. ;)

thanks,
bryce

sir kaber wrote:

>Nevermind, found my answer.
>
>-kaber
>;http://vertexabuse.cjb.net
>
>----- Original Message ----- 
>From: "sir kaber" <kaber@...ansystems.com>
>To: <full-disclosure@...ts.netsys.com>
>Sent: Sunday, November 16, 2003 11:24 PM
>Subject: spoofing
>
>
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>>Hash: SHA1
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>>Hi.
>>I was just wondering, but what kind of measures have the big cable
>>companies taken to prevent ip spoofing ? It seems like a simple
>>problem to solve on the local router side, just make sure all ip
>>packet source address originated from within the local network and
>>most spoofing methods should be fixed ? Or are most big cable
>>companies allowing you to generate ip packets with bogus info?
>>
>>
>>- -kaber
>>;http://vertexabuse.cjb.net
>>
>>
>>
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>>8rNc4pThCOHxSoLatRbPaHYi
>>=CkNT
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