Tag Archives: TCP Split Handshake

Looking Back…

Actually this post is nearly a couple of weeks in delay (last week I was skiing in at the Italian Dolomites!!). (Un)fortunately now that I am back to home (and to work), I have choosen this Friday The 13th, while preparing my traditional Cyber Attacks Master Index for the first half of January 2012, to give a quick look to the past year in terms of my blogging activity in order to discover which where the posts which collected most views (more than 60,000 in total), of course excluding the home page.... Read More

TCP Split Handshake: Why Cisco ASA is not susceptible

As I told yesterday, I was not very satisfied with the updated NSS remediation guide concerning the TCP Split Handshake issue, published after the second round of testing on Cisco and Fortinet devices.... Read More

TCP Split Handshake: The (Never)ending Story…

[caption id="" align="alignright" width="240" caption="Image by Audric Leperdi via Flickr"]Cisco ASA 5510 Adaptive Security Appliance Cluster[/caption]

Update May 12: TCP Split Handshake: Why Cisco ASA is not susceptible... Read More

Other Considerations On TCP Split Handshake

The storm unleashed by NSS Labs test for the TCP split handshake attack which affected 5 firewall vendors  is far from being quiet.... Read More

TCP Split Handshake Attack Explained

Update May 12: TCP Split Handshake: Why Cisco ASA is not susceptible... Read More