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From: Vladimir Vitkov (v.vitkovcnsys.bg)
Date: Fri Dec 07 2007 - 01:15:46 CST
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Strangely enough this stuff exists for more than 3 years ... Think GRSEC
and more specifically Network stack randomization.
Well of course bow to IETF for accepting this for draft ...
Fernando Gont wrote:
> We have published a revision of our port randomization paper. This is
> the first revision of the document since it was accepted as a working
> group item of the tsvwg working group of the IETF (Internet
> Engineering Task Force). Any feedback on the proposed/described
> algorithms will be welcome.
> The document is available at:
> Additionally, it is available in other fancy formats (PDF and HTML)
> at: http://www.gont.com.ar/drafts/port-randomization/index.html
> Fernando Gont
> e-mail: fernandogont.com.ar || fgontacm.org
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