Naptha attacks

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Naptha is an availability attack which is conducted remotely. The attack focuses on starving resources and / or exploiting the features inherent to the TCP protocol. It is very efficient with the nature of its attacks and has a great potential to cause significant outages. Its efficiency is gained by using a raw packet handling technique rather than relying on the system’s native TCP/IP stack.  Newer recipes are easy to spawn from this technique.

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