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    long ICMP

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    IceNewk

    On the Internet, ping of death is a denial of service (DoS) attack caused by an attacker deliberately sending an IP packet larger than the 65,536 bytes allowed by the IP protocol.  Continue Reading

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    ICMP bug

    On the Internet, ping of death is a denial of service (DoS) attack caused by an attacker deliberately sending an IP packet larger than the 65,536 bytes allowed by the IP protocol.  Continue Reading

  • May 02, 2006 02 May'06

    ping of death

    On the Internet, ping of death is a denial of service (DoS) attack caused by an attacker deliberately sending an IP packet larger than the 65,536 bytes allowed by the IP protocol.  Continue Reading

  • May 02, 2006 02 May'06

    Wacky Web misuses highlight internal risks

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  • May 02, 2006 02 May'06

    How do I secure Windows NT/XP using the NetBIOS and LDAP protocols?

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  • May 02, 2006 02 May'06

    How to protect the network from DoS attacks

    In this Ask the Expert Q&A, our security threat expert, Ed Skoudis, discusses how a new type of DoS attack operates and what you can do to protect your network.  Continue Reading

  • May 02, 2006 02 May'06

    How to protect your company against cybercrime

    Thanks to the Internet's inherent anonymity, widespread reach and disjointed law enforcement status, cybercriminals have a lot to gain -- and enterprises have a lot to lose. In this tip, SearchSecurity expert and malware guru Ed Skoudis describes ...  Continue Reading

  • May 02, 2006 02 May'06

    XML Web services tutorial: How to improve security in Web services

    Securing XML is an essential element in keeping Web services secure. This SearchSecurity.com Learning Guide is a compilation of resources that review different types of XML security standards and approaches for keeping your XML Web services secure.  Continue Reading

  • May 02, 2006 02 May'06

    Access security with KoolSpan's SecurEdge

    Information Security magazine's technical editor Brent Huston reviews KoolSpan's SecurEdge.  Continue Reading

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