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I used scapy to inject a packet into http stream.The connection was between my browser and apache server on the same machine .After I injected the packet, both the browser and the sever kept sending the same packets continuously untill my computer crashed and I had to restart it .Here is the capture file capture file.

asked 10 Mar '14, 09:31

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edited 10 Mar '14, 11:54

That is no capture file, and what is your question?

(10 Mar '14, 09:44) Jaap ♦

I want to know why the server and the browser behave in this weird way

(10 Mar '14, 12:25) judy

maybe because you injected something into the connection that made them go nuts!?!

Without a capture file that is readable and the scapy script, it's impossible to help you.

(10 Mar '14, 12:34) Kurt Knochner ♦
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