LINUX KERNEL: TCP sequence predictability
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    LINUX KERNEL: TCP sequence predictability

    Hey folks,
    I'm looking for info about TCP sequence predictability mitigation on linux.

    Do u know if a current version of the kernel natively implement it (randomized seq)?
    Or is there only patch (& what's its ref)

    cheers all
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    kernel 2.2.1x was the earliest to randomize the TCP sequence,and the only one to beat this kernel as far as ransomizing numbers is a BSD o/s, but heres a link with more info
    http://razor.bindview.com/publish/papers/tcpseq.html
    hope this helps, take it easy
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