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Re: smurf, the MCI-developed tracing tools (was Re: Bogus announcement)

  • From: Alex P. Rudnev
  • Date: Wed Dec 31 11:00:31 1997

> As was pointed out to me, if I have just one or two routers or one or
> two links into the Internet, then I can easily find where the attack is
> coming from.  But if I have a large complex network ...
No doubt. Anyway it's the step forward. Another step should CISCO do, 
yes?


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