johnwbyrd writes "Upon connection via TCP/IP to a host, the host generates an Initial Sequence Number (ISN). It's important to design ISN generation sequences so remote attackers can't predict an ISN (this is called a "blind spoofing" attack). Using phase space analysis you can check the quality of ISNs generated on various OSes. Windows 98's graph is quite pretty."
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