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Avoid IP Spoofing And Bad Addresses Attacks

Submitted by on May 9, 2016 – 2:01 pm

Spoofing and bad address attacks attempt to fool the server into believing packets had come from local network. Here’s a brief explanation and a useful script that uses IPTables to prevent such exploits.

Linux Iptables Avoid IP Spoofing And Bad Addresses Attacks

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