TCP HICCUPS Linux 3.9.4 kernel patch (supplement to Design and evaluation for the end-to-end detection of TCP/IP header manipulation)
Craven, Ryan M.
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This patch for version 3.9.4 of the Linux kernel contains the necessary additions to enable TCP HICCUPS, a lightweight tamper-evident extension to TCP. This version of the patch was used to operate servers for the Internet measurement survey conducted in the dissertation titled "Design and Evaluation for the End-to-End Detection of TCP/IP Header Manipulation." For the most recent version, see http://tcphiccups.org.
This document is a supplement to the Masters Thesis of Ryan M. Craven, located here: http://calhoun.nps.edu/handle/10945/41959
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