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Re: Reporting Little Blue Men
From: Karl Denninger <karl () mcs net>
Date: Fri, 23 Jan 1998 08:21:36 -0600
On Thu, Jan 22, 1998 at 11:33:44PM -0500, Paul Ferguson wrote:
At 07:09 PM 1/22/98 -0500, Jay R. Ashworth wrote:
Yes, it could be, but let's remember; isn't the smurf attack the one
that _depends_ on a forged _source_ IP address in order to "work"?
And, as an aside, the draft-ferguson-ingress-filtering-03.txt draft
has been advanced by the IESG to published as an Informational RFC.
Please go beat people over the head with it, when it is published.
Thank you for your attention,
We already do source filtering for the majority of our connection customers;
the exceptions are those on full DS1s who have announcement capability
(even if they're not using it).
This *includes*, by the way, our dial customers..... Its not impossible,
but does require a bit of work.
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Re: Reporting Little Blue Men James R. Fisher (Jan 22)
Re: Reporting Little Blue Men sully (Jan 23)
- Re: Reporting Little Blue Men, (continued)