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From: Albert Gonzalez <incodeblood () gmail com>
Date: Wed, 8 Feb 2006 20:11:06 -0600

Hello,

What identified the alert? The vendors/products usually have an
"attack" description associated with an alert that should shed some
light on the matter. It seems you are the same person that posted a
similar question to security-forums.com, what you might have to do is
go back to the vendor and ask for more information regarding this
alert. Hard to determine what the 'vendor specific' algorithm is
actually doing without prior knowledge.

His post to security-forums.com: http://tinyurl.com/9xrv4


HTH,

-Albert

On 25 Jan 2006 15:12:06 -0000, jono29 () gmail com <jono29 () gmail com> wrote:
Hi List,

I have recently come across a type of attack vector named "Fast Repeat Ack". Having searched through various sources 
of information such as MySDN and MSDN I have been unable to find anything specific to this vector, although I have 
found alot of info on the other connection orientated attacks such as Syn Flood and Half Open Syn.
Any information will be greatly received, and any links to useful sources appreciated.

Thanks for your time,

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