A look back at "security problems in the TCP/IP protocol suite

  title={A look back at "security problems in the TCP/IP protocol suite},
  author={Steven M. Bellovin},
  journal={20th Annual Computer Security Applications Conference},
About fifteen years ago, I wrote a paper on security problems in the TCP/IP protocol suite, In particular, I focused on protocol-level issues, rather than implementation flaws. It is instructive to look back at that paper, to see where my focus and my predictions were accurate, where I was wrong, and where dangers have yet to happen. This is a reprint of the original paper, with added commentary. 
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