Status: Candidate Phase: Modified (20051217) Reference: CERT: CA-98-13-tcp-denial-of-service Reference: BUGTRAQ:19981223 Re: CERT Advisory CA-98.13 - TCP/IP Denial of Service Reference: CONFIRM: Reference: OSVDB:5707 Reference: URL: Votes: A Bugtraq posting indicates that the bug has to do with "short packets with certain options set," so the description should be modified accordingly. That one is related to nestea (CVE-1999-0257) and probably the one described in BUGTRAQ:19981023 nestea v2 against freebsd 3.0-Release The patch for nestea is in ip_input.c around line 750.
The patches for CVE-1999-0001 are in lines 388&446.
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Chances are your organization is adopting cloud computing in one way or another -- or in multiple ways.So, CVE-1999-0257 and CVE-1999-0052 may be the same, though CVE-1999-0052 should be RECAST since this bug affects Linux and other OSes besides Free BSD.Frech The description for BID:190, which links to CVE-1999-0052 (a Free BSD advisory), notes that the patches provided by Free BSD in CERT: CA-1998-13 suggest a connection between CVE-1999-0001 and CVE-1999-0052.This section is more important for shared VDAs like Windows 2008 R2 and Windows 2012 R2.Separation Information and this FAQ Document Buying Programs Products/SKUs/Pricing Quoting & Discounts Ordering Fulfillment Entitlements Activation Renewals Billing & Payment Trade Compliance Contract Management Privacy Q1.