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From: lists2 at onryou.com (Cael Abal)
Subject: Re: SEARCH web attack (IP address spoofed?)

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Martin Ma?ok wrote:
| Anyway, she is (at least) able to spoof any IP address for which she
| is able to see the replies - i.e. almost any other IP address on her
| local network or "behind" it (say, she controls the router).

This is a very important distinction, one that seems to be frequently
overlooked.

I wonder if it'll ever be brought up in a courtroom?  How can one
demonstrate a certain packet came from a certain computer, when any
number of faceless upstream deviants could conceivably have been
responsible for it?

Cael
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