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Vulnerabilities of Protocol TCP
Protocol TCP vulnerability: packets injection via a firewall and a malware
When an attacker installed an unprivileged malware on a client computer, and when a firewall is located between this client and a TCP server, an attacker who is located on the internet can guess valid sequence numbers, in order to inject data in this TCP session.
Protocol TCP vulnerability: denial of service Nkiller2
An attacker can use TCP Windows with a zero size in order to overload a TCP server.
Protocol TCP vulnerability: denial of service ACK Storm
An attacker can inject a TCP packet in order to generate a ACK Storm.
Protocol TCP vulnerability: denial of service with optimistic acknowledgement
An attacker can prematurely send acknowledgement packets to force remote TCP stack to increase its sending rate.
Protocol TCP vulnerability: déni de service à l'aide de paquets ICMP
Un attaquant peut envoyer de nombreux paquets ICMP dans le but d'interrompre une session TCP.
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