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by Tymoteusz A. Góral

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#145 Neutrino Exploit Kit Not Responding – Bug or Feature?
Exploit kits often employ measures to keep security researchers and other unwanted visitors away from their servers, but most of the time these measures are handled on the HTTP level- with web servers redirecting you away or returning fake error codes; implementing this logic on a TCP level as Neutrino did is a fairly smart move on their part: generally speaking when a server doesn't respond to you at all you tend to assume that it's down.
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#145 Neutrino Exploit Kit Not Responding – Bug or Feature?
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