Magnus Hagander wrote:
> I think he's referring to the ability to flood the postgresql server
> with radius packets with spoofed IP source, correct?
Yes. Or, with any number of other "bad" packets.
> If we then looped
> until we got one that validated as a proper packet, we'd still be able
> to authenticate with that one, just throwing the invalid ones away.
> Notice how the "read packet" part is moved inside the loop in his
The patches from my previous message implements that.
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