On Fri, Aug 01, 2008 at 02:40:39PM +0200, bert hubert wrote:
> If you plug in some realistic numbers in the P_cs formula, the chance of
> succesfully spoofing a domain within two hours is around 8.1%, assuming you
> can get 50000 packets/second to arrive at the resolver.
>
> This will have cost you in the order of 1.5-2 gigabyte of packets though.
>
> After 24 hours, the chance rises to around 64% - costing your 0.4TB of packets.


The first gigabyte number is wrong - 2 hours of this will cost you around
36GB of packets. 24 hours around 0.4TB of packets.

This is assuming 100 bytes per attempt, which at 50000 packets/s is around
40 megabits/s. Given some overhead, make it a good 50 megabits/s.

Bert

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