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TCP/IP Header Bit Added to Improve Security 338

Posted by CmdrTaco
from the won't-somebody-please-think-of-the-routers dept.
J0e 1337 wrote in to tell us about a recent development in the TCP/IP header RFC. He says "According to the just-released RFC, conveniently labeled number 3514 for easy rememberance, a new bit will be added to enhance security. This new evil bit will make it possible to route based on the evil status of any given packet. It's about TIme!!" You might want to read A Related Slashdot Story in order to more fully understand the scope of this exciting new RFC.
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