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Re: [tor-talk] Had a great idea just thought I'd put it out there...
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It appears they are scanning entire packets at a time for efficiency.
What about using extremely small packets? The smaller packets are the
smaller the the data surface is the harder it would make it for them
to accurately detect the protocol.
I know there's that bug in the state-less firewalls that mucks up
there pattern matching if the packets are cut up into 160 byte chunks.
also I've heard UDP packets are fragmented if they are bigger than
1400 bytes, and are only marked as arrived if the operating system
manages to get all fragments I dont know if TCP does the same. So I
assume 1400 byte packets are more likely to arrive across the network,
the down side is I imagine it would probably be quite slow sending
only 1K at a time.
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