TCP uses checksum for data and header. Then how can adversary modifies packet and send it to its intended destination?
For IP adversary can change values in IP header and rebuild checksum field and fill it in IP header but what about TCP checksum and data?
Does that mean there is no TCP data hacking/modifying attack in world?
which are TCP layer attacks are there in world except SYN attack?
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