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Controlling IP spoofing through inter domain packet filters

Please help me..
i am doing the above project for my final year in college..
if any one doing the same project ,please send me the source codes through mail..
dineshraj45@gmail.com
thanks in advance.

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  • sona0102 Feb 18, 2009

    want to know if this topic is good and how things work here.

  • Anonymous May 08, 2009

    hi.. i gotta submit this project at my coll. i needed the detail reports of this project.can anyone pls???

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I have this project. I sell ieee projects. if u want i can give source code and all other related things.

contact me to pandi512@gmail.com

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