[Snort-users] BARE BYTE UNICODE ENCODING
annie_r_green at ...125...
Sat May 29 19:11:59 EDT 2004
I have a question regarding the bare byte unicode encoding alert. Appreciate
all the explanation and clarification.
What does it mean if the packet that trigger this alert is the TCP "ACK"
packet. When I traced back, I couldn't find the "SYN" packet. Is this
always the case that any packet that cause "BARE BYTE UNICODE ENCODING" is
the ACK packet?
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