The TCP/IP Networking component in Mac OS X before 10.3.5 allows
remote attackers to cause a denial of service (memory and resource
consumption) via a "Rose Attack" that involves sending a subset of
small IP fragments that do not form a complete, larger packet.
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BUGTRAQ:20040331 IPv4 fragmentation --> The Rose Attack
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