ISC dhcrelay (dhcp-relay) 3.0rc9 and earlier, and possibly other
versions, allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service (packet
storm) via a certain BOOTP packet that is forwarded to a broadcast MAC
address, causing an infinite loop that is not restricted by a hop
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BUGTRAQ:20030115 DoS against DHCP infrastructure with isc dhcrelay
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