Distributed Transaction Controller in Microsoft Windows allows remote
servers to cause a denial of service (MSDTC service hang) via a
crafted Transaction Internet Protocol (TIP) message that causes DTC to
repeatedly connect to a target IP and port number after an error
occurs, aka the "Distributed TIP Vulnerability."
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IDEFENSE:20051011 Microsoft Distributed Transaction Controller Packet Relay DoS Vulnerability
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