Access to the Internic Blocked
curtis at ans.net
Mon Aug 26 18:00:13 UTC 1996
In message <199608260131.VAA65517 at bugsy.aa.ans.net>, "Daniel W. McRobb" writes:
> > Curtis Villamizar <curtis at ans.net> wrote:
> > >We have traced back such "clever" denial of service attacks before.
> > >Within the last 6 months even.
> > >Have you forgotten that we log and keep track of source/destination
> > >pairs.
> > I sincerely wish you good luck doing that at OC-12. If you know
> > a magic technology which can do that please let me know.
> > Doing that at 10 kpps is not going to be a solution any time soon.
> You're kidding, right? 10kpps has been doable (and done) for years.
> Did you forget a zero or two?
> The vBNS folks are about to release an OC-3 header sniffer that runs on
> a Pentium box. Rumor has it that it'll handle OC-12 as well. There's a
> presentation of it on the USENIX agenda.
I'm not sure how your mailer got "Curtis Villamizar <curtis at ans.net>
wrote:" stuck in there but you've attributed Vadim's comments about
magic technology that goes over 10kpps and other statments of things
being impossible to me.
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