From: PJ (no email)
Date: Wed May 15 2002 - 20:22:39 EDT
On Wed, 15 May 2002, Dan Hollis wrote:
> On Wed, 15 May 2002, Rob Thomas wrote:
> > ] I don't think spoofing will be a problem for the landmines. Most attacks
> > ] (99%?) are tcp.
> > Hmm... Not based on my research. The most common attack capabilities in
> > the bots are ICMP and UDP flooders. After that, IGMP. Last, TCP. Most
> > of the DoS tools contain the same attack types as the bots.
> > On the receiving end, upwards of 80% of all the woe I track is not TCP.
> You miss the point of this:
> We are not landmining for DOSing.
> We are landmining to make it very dangerous for attackers to scan networks
> and probe hosts.
> [-] Omae no subete no kichi wa ore no mono da. [-]
Are you now operating under the premise that scans != anything but the
prelude to an attack? Sorry if I missed it earlier in the thread, but
I would hate to think any legitimate scanning of a network or host
would result in a false positive. Even more, I would hate to see the
advocation of a hostile reaction to what, so far, is not considered a
-- He thought of Musashi, the Sword Saint, standing in his garden more than three hundred years ago. "What is the 'Body of a rock'?" he was asked. In answer, Musashi summoned a pupil of his and bid him kill himself by slashing his abdomen with a knife. Just as the pupil was about to comply, the Master stayed his hand, saying, "That is the 'Body of a rock'." -- Eric Van Lustbader