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Re: [GSoC '14] - New Probes In IPv6 OS SCAN [New Idea ! ]
From: Sriharsha Karamchati <leo.harsha93 () gmail com>
Date: Sun, 16 Mar 2014 13:32:26 +0530

Hi,

     I have attached a patch of code which will return using scapy
(python). This code modifies the DSCP code values for specific packet in
order to provide privileged services for them. I think this can
be effectively used while probing , as when we send the packets across the
network to scan the Operating Systems for ports, i think we can mark these
packets separately by modifying the DSCP values so that they get higher
preference in the network traffic and do net get lost , thereby ensuring a
more reliable port scanning with a higher probability of reaching out to
all the systems.
    Any suggestions/Ideas will be appreciated.

P.S: Will someone please mentor this project idea and guide further.


On Wed, Mar 12, 2014 at 3:35 PM, Sriharsha Karamchati <
leo.harsha93 () gmail com> wrote:

Hi ,

When I have been working on Packet classification in IPv6, I found that
the DSCP code values can be changed accordingly to provide privileged
services.Can this be used while probing , as when we send the packets
across the network to scan the Operating Systems for ports, can we mark
these packets separately by modifying the DSCP values so that they get
higher preference in the network traffic and do net get lost , thereby
ensuring a more reliable port scanning with a higher probability of
reaching out to all the systems.

P.S : I started writing a patch of code for the same using scapy,will
share it once I am done with it. Any suggestions/Ideas will be appreciated.


Cheers!
Sriharsha

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