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Old 10-23-2002, 11:18 AM   #1
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Suspect TCP fragment


Any ideas of what the following message means?

Oct 23 00:19:35 ns kernel: Suspect TCP fragment.
Oct 23 00:19:35 ns kernel: eth0 PROTO=6 67.8.24.34:0 64.65.33.119:0 L=40
S=0x00 I=0 F=0x0001 T=237 (#0)

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