Tag Archive | "tcp exploit"


16 October 2009 | 13,805 views

Naptha – TCP State Exhaustion Vulnerability & Tool

The Naptha vulnerabilities are a type of denial-of-service vulnerabilities researched and documented by Bob Keyes of BindView’s RAZOR Security Team in 2000. The vulnerabilities exist in some implementations of the TCP protocol, specifically in the way some TCP implementations keep track of the state of TCP connections, and allow an attacker to exhaust the resources […]

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09 September 2009 | 13,580 views

Cisco & Microsoft Patch TCP Stack DoS Exploit

A fairly serious flaw that was announced in October 2008 by Outpost24 (and apparently discovered way back in 2005), has finally been patched by the major players Cisco and Microsoft. So far Redhat has offered a workaround for the flaw and Juniper has responded that their equipment is not vulnerable. It could be that Juniper […]

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