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Re: Simulating Attacks
From: Gene Cronk <gcronk () trsg net>
Date: Thu, 04 Mar 2004 12:46:49 -0500

Just curious, but why simulate? Throw up a laptop with an unpatched install of NT4 Server with IIS or Redhat 6.2 and show the actual attack instead of a simulation.

Bhargav Bhikkaji wrote:


Hello Folks,

I am in need of simulating few attacks as demo to a group of 50. Need your help/suggestion for choosing the following

1) What attacks should i choose ?
2) How to simulate these attacks?
I am thinking of few attacks like Buffer Overflow, TCP Hijacking but  don't know how much effort is needed to simulate 
these. I am not interested in TCP or ICMP DOS Attacks.

-Bhargav
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