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From: Greg A. Woods (woodsweird.com)
Date: Mon Sep 10 2001 - 19:04:09 CDT
[ On Sunday, September 9, 2001 at 20:23:31 (-0400), Andrew Brown wrote: ]
> Subject: Re: Distributed denial of service attacks.
> they seem to be compiled and installed on my machine, so i'm betting
> that they get compiled and installed on most peoples' machines.
that's good to hear.....
> on the flip side, that's good, but not quite enough. i can't specify
> tcp data (or arbitrary ip packet data) on the command line.
Huh? Surely you can write a little wrapper program that would allow you
do to that. Surely everything doesn't have to be in one tool! ;-)
> i was just wondering if there was something better, besides the use of
> ipsend with a configuration file.
I'd suggest writting yourself a little wrapper shell script.....
-- Greg A. Woods
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