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Old 07-02-2014, 02:49 AM   #1
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Question TCP: Treason uncloaked! in dmesg

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I have been getting message like below in the dmesg - on my www2 servers. These servers are public facing servers. I have been googleing alot and still not getting a closest clue - main because there are like so many possibility to it. Some says its ddos, kernel parameter not correct, faulty cable, remote machine attack, etc. How can i narrow down to troubleshoot this problem. Appreciate your advise. Thanks!

TCP: Treason uncloaked! Peer xx.xx.xx.xx:59267/80 shrinks window 2970832289:2970836597. Repaired.
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