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    death ping?

    can someone out there tell me about death ping........
    what it is.. how it works.. how to detect when someone is tageting you with it, how to stop it or betta yet reverse the effects from the pinger.... is there any progys i may need fer it or just coding

    thnx fer all help anyone has

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    Member TheX1le's Avatar
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    Simple Google Search gives you the answer on this one mate.

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    Master-Jedi-Pimps0r & Moderator thehorse13's Avatar
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    This vulnerability is about a decade old now. Unless you're running an unpatched version of Windows 3.11, what is the concern if some clown is sending you fragmented ICMP packets?

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    Wow.. that takes me back to the days when IRC was just getting started...

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    Senior Member PacketThirst's Avatar
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    can someone out there tell me about death ping........
    Google it !
    how it works..
    Works by sending an ICMP packet whose size exceeds maximum legal length(65535 octets). This causes systems to crash.
    how to detect when someone is tageting you with it
    Unless you have been living in a cave for the past decade, you have nothing to be afraid of. Even if you were, you would only be subjected to a denial of service. Thats not all that a bad thing for a normal user since its casual for ancient OSs to crash often ;-)
    Last edited by PacketThirst; December 26th, 2006 at 05:21 PM.

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